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Plants for Pollinators

Our plants for pollinators collection includes a fantastic range of varieties that are great for attracting and helping bees, butterflies and other pollinating wildlife. Grow any of these varieties in your garden and watch as they become a hive of activity.

Companion planting with these varieties can really transform your garden. Encouraging pollinators to your garden can create a team of tiny gardeners that will help with pest control and help pollinate your other plants. Not only will planting these varieties help make your garden thrive but you will be supporting British native wildlife too by creating habitats and food sources.

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  1. Honesty Seeds - Mixed Quick View

    Honesty Seeds - Mixed

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average Seeds 60
  2. Nigella Seeds - Persian Jewels Mixed Quick View

    Nigella Seeds - Persian Jewels Mixed

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average Seeds 600
  3. Salvia patens Seeds Quick View

    Salvia patens Seeds

    Delivery within 3-5 days 20 Seeds
  4. Cornflower Seeds - Tall Double Mixed Quick View

    Cornflower Seeds - Tall Double Mixed

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average Seeds 200
  5. Marigold (French) Seeds - Firebird Quick View

    Marigold (French) Seeds - Firebird

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average seed content 50
  6. Cornflower Seeds - Black Ball Quick View

    Cornflower Seeds - Black Ball

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average Seeds 100
  7. Calendula Seeds - Fiesta Gitana Mixed Quick View

    Calendula Seeds - Fiesta Gitana Mixed

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average Seeds 160
  8. Calendula Seeds - Daisy May Quick View

    Calendula Seeds - Daisy May

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average Seeds 110
  9. Verbena Seeds - Scentsation Quick View

    Verbena Seeds - Scentsation

    Delivery within 3-5 days Average Seeds 50
 
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The natural behaviours of pollinators and predators will increase your crop productivity and reduce insect pest numbers. Companion planting was widely used centuries ago in cottage gardens across Britain, but has since declined, along with the numbers of pollinators and predators. This new collection of seeds for bees and other pollinators will help you to encourage biodiversity in your little patch of this green and pleasant land.

You’ll find seeds for bumblebees, honey bees, ladybirds, hoverflies and lace wings, and they all help to do their bit for your garden. Whether you’re keen to support bees, or protect your veg and flowers from pests, our Predators and Pollinators range has a variety that’s perfect.

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