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3 Packets Of English Wildflower Seeds Of Hope
3 Packets Of English Wildflower Seeds Of Hope
3 Packets Of English Wildflower Seeds Of Hope
3 Packets Of English Wildflower Seeds Of Hope

3 Packets Of English Wildflower Seeds Of Hope


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The perfect gift or thoughtful greeting card insert. Each packet contains enough seed for 1 square metre of ground. The lucky recipient can watch your fantastic gift grow.

Contains 5 packets of English wildflower “Seeds of Hope”.

The Seedy Information…

Sow in spring and autumn as it provides ideal conditions with moisture and warmth  in good supply. If overseeding into grass, it is best to sow during autumn when grass growth has slowed down.

Regularly mix the seed when sowing, as seeds will naturally separate due to variations in size and weight.

Once sown, ensure good ‘seed to soil’ contact by lightly raking to a depth of 0.5cm or rolling the area.


Contents by ratio-

1 Chamomile, Corn Anthemis arvensis 15%         flowers-Jun - Jul

2 Corn Cockle Agrostemma githago 45%.             flowers- May - Aug

3 Cornflower Centaurea cyanus 20%                     flowers- Jun - Oct

4 Marigold, Corn Chrysanthemum segetum 15% flowers Jun - Oct

5.Poppy, Common Papaver rhoeas 5%.                  flowers  May - Jul



First Year

Seeds of Hope contains annual species, which are  fast to establish and flower. During the first year remove any weeds. Weed growth is common due to the action of disturbing the ground (rather than being caused by contaminated seed mixtures).

After flowering the plants will naturally die back over the winter. Allow the plants to run to seed in autumn then cut the area down using a scythe, strimmer or mower, leaving the cuttings for up to a week before clearing the area. This will allow them to dry and shed seeds back into the soil.

Second Year

Depending on your sowing preference, cultivate the ground and reseed in September or March.

Over several years of reseeding, a rich seed bank will develop and simply disturbing the soil again in early spring will be sufficient to regenerate the flowers each year.

100% of the wildflower species included are recognised by the Royal Horticultural Society as supporting many of the 1500 species of pollinating insects across the UK.

British native-origin seed refers to seed originally collected from wild populations in Great Britain (from sites with no known history of sowing of amenity or agricultural varieties) and either sown directly, or grown on as a field crop to provide further seed. It includes seed collected in ‘green hay’. It excludes certified amenity or agricultural varieties of native species.

Plant a Seed of Hope when you gift these English wildflower seeds from one small social enterprise with a blooming great impact.

Seed of Hope runs recovery-based horticultural therapy groups in Somerset, using elements of gardening to improve mental and physical wellbeing. That looks like spending time outdoors surrounded by greenery, soaking up natural light, nurturing plants, working with others and gentle exercise.

Our industrial lifestyle is a new thing. For 99.97% of our time on Earth, we evolved outdoors as part of nature. Seed of Hope reconnects people to the natural world, allowing them to reap the neurobiological benefits this has. 

As well as nature, everything at Seed of Hope revolves around recovery, which means living a satisfying and hopeful life even with mental health problems. Their group sessions always include a recovery meeting. 

Seed of Hope sees their approach as an antidote to mental health care as a business, as it’s run by care providers and drug companies. By helping people with mental health problems realise their strengths and abilities, they give them the tools to help themselves and each other. 

Every pack of Seed of Hope wildflower seeds funds the horticultural therapy groups, as does their Community Gardening Service, which helps people who can’t manage their own gardens due to age or disability. Those involved get the mental health benefits of gardening and helping others, while customers get their garden back with all of the mental health benefits that entails.