• British Wildflowers
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Recycled Seed Packet Wedding Favour – Birds on Bunting

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Description

Fun and quirky Birds on Bunting recycled seed packet wedding favour, which will fit in with your vintage, country or tea-party themed wedding! Probably our most popular seed packet favour!

These manilla seed packets are made from recycled materials and measure 9 x 12 cm.  The seeds are inside in a sealed plastic wallet and sowing instructions are on the back – which will, of course, be adapted for the particular seeds you choose!  You can choose your seeds from the menu above.  The wildflower species in amongst the seed choices are all species that are native to the UK, and so they are perfect for our native butterflies, bees and moths.  The seeds are also grown in the UK.  Please provide your personalisation details above too.

We love these seed packets and they will brighten up any wedding table!

How to sow our seeds

Our Birds on Bunting recycled seed packet wedding favour is very easy to sow – simply choose a sunny, weed-free spot (or a pot of peat-free compost) and sprinkle on the seeds.  No need to cover them with soil/compost – just gently press them into the soil.  Water well and wait for them to germinate, watering if necessary.

Seed sowing instructions
Seed sowing instructions

Some notes on the seeds available in our Birds on Bunting recycled seed packet wedding favour

The wildflower seed mix contains Corn Marigold, Cornflower, Poppy and Corn Chamomile.  You will get around a gram of seeds.

The bee seed mix includes Lesser Knapweed, Selfheal, Birdsfoot trefoil and Field Scabious.  You will get around a gram of seeds.

The butterfly mix includes Lesser Knapweed, Cornflower, Field Scabious, Corn Marigold and Wild Marjoram

The chilli seeds are Jalapeno chillis – you will get around 50 seeds.

The Lavender variety is Vera.  You will get around 50 seeds.

The Forget-me-not seeds are the wild Field Forget-me-not – myosotis arvensis.  You will get around 200 or so seeds.