Wildflower mat seed carpet

seed mat £11.99
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Buy Wildflower mat seed carpet Bees seeds - seed mat: Perfect for gardeners who don't have the time.

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

      Gardening couldn't be easier with this great seed mat. It's made from biodegradable tissue paper that has pre-sown seeds in it so all you need to do is roll it out, cover, and in no time at all the seeds will germinate and provide you with a riot of colour. Perfect for gardeners who either don't have the time or aren't really very green fingered.

      Seed mat contains
      A mixture that has been specially chosen, using annual, biennial and perennial plants to give you wildflower garden. Summer Pheasant's Eye, Corn Cockle, Star Thistle, English Wallflower, Chinese forget-me-not, Phlox Tri-colour, Flax, Lupin Blue, Nemophila Maculate, Evening Primrose, Red Poppy, Pink Catchfly, Peach Blossom, Babys-Breath, Common Daisy, Marigold, Rose of Heaven and Forget-me-not. Varieties can be changed due to seasonal circumstances.

      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.

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Easy to plant if choose a non windy day and then water and wait and you will be rewarded with a lovely little wild flower patch. I'm loving it and plan to add to my wild patch now.

Rob G

South Wales


Wildflower mat seed carpet

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Once they have finished flowering etc. Do I cut it all back or leave it to do it's own thing ready for next year?


Hello, and thank you for your question. You can do either! If you are cutting back, do so after the flowers have set seed (the seedheads will be dry and brittle - approx in Late August). This will enable the seeds to overwinter until next spring for another display. If you leave the flowering stalks on over winter (they can look stunning in the frost), then nature will do the work for you, though you may lose some to the birds which is always a great trade-off. I hope this helps.


Can the wild flower mat be used in a lawn . If so how is the ground to be prepared and will the ma flowers flourish in these conditions. Is it suitable for areas of full sun only or can this be extended to part shade. I look forward to your reply, thank you . His e been given a packet as a gift.


These seed mats are not suitable for use in a lawn - unless you completely remove the lawn and dig the area over. You will then need to make sure that the wildflowers are kept well watered, and the surrounding lawn does not encroach on them, as the lawn (being much more vigorous than the wildflowers) will soon take over again. Finally, these wildflowers are only suitable for a sunny spot.


I would like to buy 'Wildflower Mat Seed Carpet' as a Christmas gift. Will it keep for that long?


Hi there, yes the seeds are dormant until the product is installed and watered, so will be fine for Christmas gifting.


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