You can make a large impact on the environment by providing habitat for the pollinators throughout the places we live, work and play.

Insects make up two-thirds of all life on Earth. More importantly, these species are irreplaceable parts of the natural world. They are a key food source for birds and fish and play a vital role in forests and fields as decomposers. They also ensure that plants and crops flourish. 

By growing wildflowers, you invite insects and birds to return, feast on its nectar, pollinate and ensure that plants and crops flourish. 

How to Plant

You can sow the seeds any time from March until the end of October. If planted in fall, they will rest over the winter, establish root system and sprout in spring. 

Here are our steps to planting on your patio, deck or yard:

Step 1

You can start by loosening up soil and raking through it. Remove weeds and aggressive growers

Step 2

Then evenly scatter seeds over the whole surface area. Try to find organic seeds, if you can. Bloomiér collected a mix of organic wildflower seeds. Every packet includes approximately 150 seeds that can cover an area of around 16 ft.

Step 3

Then go ahead, press the soil down firmly by stepping on it or using wood to press the seeds into the soil.

Step 4

Water the soil or simply wait for it to rain. Native plants are adapted to local climate and soils, so generally require less care and watering. If there is a long period of heat and no rain, water every 1-2 weeks.

By supporting local pollinators, you increase local biodiversity, improve soil quality and help with water retention of soil to prevent flooding episodes.

If you want to get started in your garden, but don’t know where to start or don’t have money for seeds or soil, please let our team at Bloomiér know. We’d be happy to help! [email protected]