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Wildlife World Wildflower Seeds for Pollinating Bees with laminated guide.

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Wildlife World Wildflower Seeds for Pollinating Bees with laminated guide.
Reference: WILD-AP1
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The Pollinating Bee Attractor Pack combines a specially selected range of wildflower seeds to attract pollinating bees plus an informative guide.

Over the past 60 years the UK has lost 97% of its species rich wildflower meadows. Hence these native wildflower seeds are a great gift that helps the environment by reintroducing a selection of appropriate native plants which can attract a range of pollinating bees including honey bees, bumblebees and the large family of solitary bees that include mining bees, orchard bees and leafcutter bees. All these pollinators are valuable to the gardener and increasing their numbers will boost pollination of crops, fruit and vegetables. Most species of bee are non-aggressive and their presence in the garden is essential for the pollination of all plants - in fact, without pollinators, the whole food chain will break down and this would eventually affect us.

Encouraging these insects with the flowers of native wild flowers is a great way of helping bees and as well as being beautiful to look at. The seeds may be sown in Spring or Autumn.

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H 260mm W 130mm D 3mm
Barcode 679505016115
Coverage Sufficient for 2 square metres
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To ensure that our designs are fit for purpose, our design team works with an extensive network of wildlife experts to develop unique products which include many innovative features, ensuring that species using the products will gain the fullest benefit from the design to encourage habitation, aid its survival in the wild and in turn contribute to boosting the populations of many insects, birds, mammals & amphibians.

Our products are extensively tested at our base in Chavenage and also in our wildlife woodlands in the heart of Devon. During this testing process we are able to monitor prototype performance and fine-tune features over the test period - this ensures that by the time the product finally goes to market, it is fit for purpose and ready for use by wildlife.