Butterfly mat seed carpet

seed mat £11.99
in stock (shipped within 5-7 working days)
Quantity 1 Plus Minus
Buy Butterfly mat seed carpet Bees seeds - seed mat: Encourage butterflies into your garden.

    • Position: full sun
    • Soil: well-drained soil
    • Rate of growth: average - fast

      Gardening couldn't be easier with this great seed mat.

      This 'carpet' is made from biodegradable tissue paper, which has pre-sown seeds embedded into it. Therefore, all you need to do, is roll it out, lightly cover it, and in no time at all, the seeds will germinate - and go on to provide you with a riot of colour. It's perfect for gardeners who either don't have much time, or aren't very green fingered.

      Seed mat contains
      A mixture specially chosen, using annual, biennal and perennial plants that will encourage butterflies into your garden. Providing them with the nectar the need during their important mating season. Includes Corn Cockle, Corn Chamomile, Dyers Chamomile, Cornflower, Mixed Knapweeds Corn Marigold, Corn Daisy, White Bedstraw, Sweet William, Hakweed, Ragged Robin, Wild Marjoram, Corn Poppy, Sorrel, Catchfly, Red Campion and Purpletop Verbena. (may vary slightly)..

      Planting instructions
      Simply roll out the mat on a weed-free spot of prepared soil and cover with about 5cm of sharp sand, top soil or compost, that will secure the mat. Then just water in. The mat will help suppress weeds and encourage the seeds to grow. To get the best results the seed mats should be used in spring and keep moist.

    • Plant: February - June

    • Flowering: Throughout the summer

    • Size: Each mat is 200cm x 50cm.

Delivery options

  • Standard
  • Next / named day
Delivery information
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • Facebook
  • Instagram
  • YouTube
  • Share by email

Gift that keeps on giving


Laid this seed mat last year, it flowered with range of wild flowers that attracted many insects, did not expect much this year, but ended up with huge 5 foot high white honesty plant, marigolds, daisies and borage, none of which appeared last year. I love the diversity it brings and unexpected surprises, won't suit those who like more orderly garden

sensible sal




5.0 1


How to make a new lawn

How to make a new lawn

There’s nothing like a lawn to bring the various elements of a garden together as it’s easy on the eye and helps highlight other more ornamental features. Best of all, it adds much needed space to the garden and provides evergreen continuity too. But a la

Read full article

Download our free gardening app to help you grow

Download on the App Store Get it on Google Play