Moths & Butterflies Seed Mix

SKU: BB7-25
Moths & Butterflies

Moths & Butterflies Seed Mix

SKU: BB7-25
Annual & perennial species
✔ Long flowering season
✔ Attracts moths and butterflies
✔ 100% wildflower seed
Sowing rate: 2g p/m²
Regular price £8.45
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Choose from our range of 100% wildflower border seed mixes to create a naturally beautiful border in your garden or wildflower area.

Get that informal cottage garden feel while creating a haven for butterflies and moths with this mix of native butterfly and moth-friendly wildflowers including birdsfoot trefoil, dark mullein, vipers bugloss, field scabious, wild carrot, yarrow and St Johns wort.  Not only are they nectar-rich, but these species are an important source of food for butterfly and moth larvae.  For instance, birdsfoot trefoil is a food plant for caterpillars of the silver-studded blue and the wood white butterflies, and yarrow is a food plant for the larvae of many moths including Essex emerald, ruby tiger and the common pug.

All our native wildflower seed is sourced from stock grown in the wild in Britain.  It is then multiplied up commercially and packed in the UK so you can be confident you are buying native British wildflower seed.

Sow in spring from March to May or in autumn from August to October.

Colour Mixed
Height 2.5 to 3 feet
Season May to September
Setting Sun

Birdsfoot Trefoil, Lotus corniculatus 1% : Native Red Clover, Trifolium Pratense 22% : Common sorrel, Rumex acetosa 3%: St Johns Wort, Hypericum perforatum 2% : Corn cockle, Agromstemma githago 30%: Teasel, Dispascus Fullonum 1% : Dark mullein, Verbascum nigrum 2% : Vipers Buglos, Echium Vulgare 1% : Field Scabious, Knautia arvensis 1% : Wild carrot, Daucua carota 10% :  Hedge garlic, Alliaria Petiolata 5% : Yarrow, Achillea Millefolium 7% : Lesser knapweed Centaurea nigra 5% :  Ox eye daisy Leucanthemum Vulgare 10%


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