Sunny area bird lure flower blend

Annual flower mix and buckwheat hulls inert, biodegradable material that helps to distribute seeds in soil. Ideal to create flower beds and decorative corners. Varieties that birds really like.
Adonis aestivalis L.5%, Agrostemma githago L. 5%, Calendula officinalis L.6&, Chrysanthenum carinatum Shousb 6%, Clarkia unguiculata 6%, Coreopsis tinctoria 6%, Cosmos bipinnatus 6%, Eschscholtzia californica L. 6%, Linaria maroccana Hook 6%, Linum grandiflorum Desf. 6%, Linum usitatissimum L.6%, Lobularia maritima L. 6%, Malope trifida 6%, Nigella damascena 6%, Papaver roheas L. 6%, Phacelia tanacetifolia Benth 6%, Silene armeria L. 6%

Sunny area bird lure flower blend Zoom

Dig and break up soil to a depth of 10 cm. • Rake and level surface. • Shake seed envelope well and sow evenly on the prepared soil. • Flatten sown surface with the flat side of a spade or with a roller. • Water with a fine spray. • Keep surface damp until all seeds have germinated.

Plants need water, fertiliser, light, the right temperature.... and some added touches of loving care. Apart from being healthy, they need to be kept attractive and in good condition. Put aside a little time for them and follow these few simple, practical hints to keep them looking their best. This is how plants should be cleaned- Furry leaves: these are very delicate, and above all they trap a lot of dust. Remove it gently with a thin paintbrush; take particular care over the corners where the leaf joins the stem, which retain a great deal of dirt. Remember that these leaves must not be wet, even when watering. Do this once a week, or more often if the plants are put outside for the summer. Large leaves: they must be cleaned more regularly because they fill up more easily with dust, which clogs the pores through which the plant breathes and reduces the leaves’ ability to absorb sunlight, water and carbon dioxide. Hold the leaf still with one hand and use the other to wipe it with a damp cloth or sponge, every ten days. Small leaves: spraying is the best method. As well as increasing the moisture available, you will also keep pests at bay. Place large plants in the bath and spray with a fine mist of water, which should be warm or at least at room temperature. A shower head can be used, but keep the pressure very low to avoid damaging the leaves or disturbing the soil. Do not use this method if you live in an area with very hard water. Before spraying, leave the water to stand, or boil it and leave it to cool before use, to ensure that limescale is not deposited on the leaves.

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