Wildflowers are notoriously tricky to grow which is why we try to give them as much help as possible!
Many seeds need to experience a cold spell to trigger their germination.
Wildflower seeds are best scattered in the Autumn (read more on this here).
Early spring is also good, but if you’re scattering seed balls in late spring/summer we’d suggest storing the balls in a fridge for a couple of weeks prior to scattering to give them the cold blast that they’ll all love!
The flowers to expect in your first year will be annuals.
In the second year you’ll see perennials and biennials flowering.
Wildflower seeds can be fussy
Frequently Asked Questions
Where do I scatter? How many do I need? When will they sprout?
How It Works
Four simple steps to a beautiful wildflower garden.
How To Look After Your Wildflowers
Wildflowers can be cut back at the end of their season in September…