Buzzy Wildflower Mixture

2,95

Buzzy Wildflower Mixture

2,95

TALENT
All types of soil are suitable for the construction of a flower meadow. However, for clay soils, we recommend mixing sand in the top layer.
An optimal result of a sown flower meadow can only be achieved when you sow on soil that is weed-free. You can clear the soil of weeds by milling, plowing or digging. After processing, level the soil well.
FERTILIZE
Fertilization of the soil may be omitted. Soil with minimal fertilization (poor soil) gives the best flowering result.
SOWING PERIOD
Mixtures of annual varieties are sown from March to June.
Mixtures of annual and perennial varieties are sown from March to September.
SOWING METHOD
If you have access to a seeding machine, this method is recommended. In general, sowing is done by hand because the area to be sown is usually not too large. To see where they have sown, we recommend mixing the seeds with white sand. From the white sand one can see where there has been sown. Generous sowing is recommended. After sowing, do not rake the mixture too deep and lightly press the soil. The top layer must remain sufficiently moist until germination of the seed has taken place.

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TALENT
All types of soil are suitable for the construction of a flower meadow. However, for clay soils, we recommend mixing sand in the top layer.
An optimal result of a sown flower meadow can only be achieved when you sow on soil that is weed-free. You can clear the soil of weeds by milling, plowing or digging. After processing, level the soil well.
FERTILIZE
Fertilization of the soil may be omitted. Soil with minimal fertilization (poor soil) gives the best flowering result.
SOWING PERIOD
Mixtures of annual varieties are sown from March to June.
Mixtures of annual and perennial varieties are sown from March to September.
SOWING METHOD
If you have access to a seeding machine, this method is recommended. In general, sowing is done by hand because the area to be sown is usually not too large. To see where they have sown, we recommend mixing the seeds with white sand. From the white sand one can see where there has been sown. Generous sowing is recommended. After sowing, do not rake the mixture too deep and lightly press the soil. The top layer must remain sufficiently moist until germination of the seed has taken place.

Additional information

Weight 0,0300 kg
USDA zone

Zone 11: >+4.4 degrees

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