Honey bees, bumblebees and solitary bees are declining at an alarming rate which is bad news for the bees and bad news for us as bees pollinate about 75% of our plants.
Now Bees need all the help we can give them.
These 3 seed varieties will help bees find the food they really need.
Scabious 'Oxford Blue' - This easy to grow hardy annual produces masses of stunning mid-blue, pin cushion flower heads. This is loved by bees and butterflies and can be used as a cut flower too.
Love In A Mist 'Miss Jekyll' - Beautiful and easy to grow, bearing sky-blue flowers. They provide a charming show of bloom during then summer months. Very useful for bedding and cutting and the seed pods can be dried for winter decoration indoors.
Cornflower 'Drawf Jubilee Gem' - A fantastic bedding variety with large, double, deep blue flowers, above compact, bushy plants. Makes a striking low hedge and also makes a delightful feature for patio containers.