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Best for Bees Perennial Collection

…year and attract our wonderful native bees to your garden! These pollinator friendly flowers are a vital source of nectar for butterflies and bees during the summer months and all the way through until late autumn. In the collection you will receive 6 plants…  More Info

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Hardy Geranium 'Foundlings Friend'

This easy-to-grow hardy geranium features violet-blue petals that are delicately patterned with deep-purple veining, ideal for bees and butterflies. This robust, compact variety will thrive in sunny borders, coping with periods of drought once established. Ht. 30cm.  More Info

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Echinacea purpurea 'Double Decker'

…perennial flowering plant that looks great in garden borders, and is a good choice for a range of garden styles, from cottage to contemporary. The purple cone flowers are nectar rich and can provide a food source for bees and butterflies, making it perfect for…  More Info

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Wildflowers 'Classic Meadow Mix'

…native wildflowers. Simply open the box, scatter the seeds where you want the wildflowers, and then just wait for the plants to grow, and flowers to bloom. Ideal for attracting bees and butterflies, they are perfect for driveway edges, unused grassy patches, and…  More Info

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Hollyhock 'Halo Mixed'

…and will will bloom from June to July. They are great pollinators and will attract bees and butterflies to your garden, making it wildlife friendly. Height: 180cm (71). Spread: 60cm (24). Supplied as large plug plants. Culinary information: try crystallising…  More Info

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Hollyhock 'Halo Mixed' (Seeds)

…red and yellow. Once planted, they will flower the following year and every year thereafter. Alcea rosea do well in sunny positions and are longer flowering than other Hollyhock cultivars, and will will bloom from June to July. They are great pollinators and will attract   More Info

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