This mixture is attractive to bees, butterflies and other pollinating insects and contains both annual and perennial varieties.
It will adapt to a wide range of soil types.
My supplier worked with Cambridge University to get a scientifically based balance of plants.
Sow in situ from the end of April to the beginning of June (depending upon the location), when the soil is sufficiently warm and moist for the seeds to germinate.
The seeds must be lightly covered by soil in order to germinate. It is best to cultivate the soil to prepare a fine deep seedbed. Before sowing, mix the seeds well with sand or vermiculite (3/4 of the overall weight).