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Native British Wildflowers Seed

Plant wildflower seeds to attract lots of helpful pollinators to your patch and help our native wildlife. Bees, birds, and mammals love the natural food source wild flowers provide, and you'll love the wonderful colours and cottage garden look these lovely blooms offer. Whether you have a paddock or a patio, here at Suttons, we have a wild flower seeds to suit your needs. Make sure you include wild native varieties when choosing your flower seeds this season.

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Get closer to your local wildlife by making a safe haven for nature in your back garden. It’s time to get the natural look, with drifts of beautiful wildflowers, capturing the feeling of the beautiful English countryside. 

Our native British wildflower seeds collection includes mixes of wildflowers to help you create the perfect patch of naturalised blooms. With mixes for the shade, the Birds and the Bees, to get a woodland garden look or just to create a home for nature in a patio pot or window box. Our native British wildflower seeds mixes contain up to 32 different varieties in every pack!

We can’t wait for gardens across the country to embrace native flowers and a naturalised look! It’s so easy to create a wildlife corner – we have mixes to suit every outside space, so it’s simply a question of choosing the right native British wildflower seeds varieties for your garden. 

How to plant wildflower seeds

The easiest way to plant your wildflower seeds is to sow them directly into the ground in spring. Choose a spot in the garden in full sun. Wildflowers thrive in neglected, infertile ground so make sure to pick a spot that hasn’t been regularly fertilised in the months before sowing. Hoe the chosen ground to remove any stones and weeds. Scatter your wildflower seeds so they’re evenly spread and gently rake in the seeds and water using a fine spray. Alternatively, sow rows of wildflower seed mix in the veg patch or in gaps in the border for a summer colour bomb.

You can still enjoy wildflower seeds if you don’t have space to sow into the ground. Simply sow your wildflower seeds into a window box or container full of multi-purpose compost, and water well. You should see your seeds germinating a few weeks after sowing.