A bee-friendly mixture containing 11 Annulas flowering from mid-June to October.
Sowing Time; April to June, 5g per square meter.
Scatter the seed where you want it to flower and make sure it makes contact with the soil to help with germination.
Cornflower- Centaurea cyanus,
Yellow Cosmos-Cosmos sulphureus,
Californian Poppy-Eschscholzia californica,
Indian Blanket- Gaillardia pulchella,
Farewell to spring - Clarkia amoena,
Black Eyed Susan-Rudbeckia hirta,
Common Zinnia- Zinnia elegans,
Sow the seeds in late spring or early summer (May to June) but be careful, as if it's too cold and the seeds will not germinate.
Prepare the soil by clearing the weeds and braking it down into a fine crumb on the surface, you can also enrich the soil with compost.
To help with distribution, add sand to your seeds, you can use it further to mark out rows alternatively you can use canes laid flat.
Sow thinly, as the seedlings grow they are not competing with neighbouring plants. Cover the rows with sand and keep moist during dry weather. Gently firm the surface.
If you need to transfer some of the young plants, make sure you dig up a good root structure, firm the soil back around the root and water in to help the soil to settle back.