Hey, nice to have you here! Welcome to our site where you can dive into the wonderful world of flowers hidden in our growing paper. Our bee/butterfly mix is nature's treasure chest, and you now have it in your hands. With this growing paper, you can not only write and create, but also bring a piece of nature to life. In our bee/butterfly mix, we have collected a colourful variety of flower varieties waiting for you to discover them. Take some time to browse our list of different flower varieties that make this growing paper special. Who knows what blooming wonders you will soon experience?

Origin of all seeds in our bee/butterfly mix: Netherlands

Snapdragon

Snapdragon

Snapdragons, also known as Antirrhinum, are charming flowers that brighten up gardens and borders. These versatile plants come in a variety of colours, ranging from soft pastels to vibrant hues. They thrive in sunlight and drained soil, making them easy to care for. Snapdragons are popular choices for gardeners and florists alike because of their prolonged flowering and attractive appearance. They often attract bees and butterflies, so they also have a positive impact on biodiversity.

This flower is bee-friendly! 

Bees are our little heroes, but they struggle to survive. You can help them by growing bee-friendly plants in your garden. These flowers and herbs provide food and habitat for bees, which are crucial for pollinating our food crops. Without bees, there would be less fruit, vegetables, and even coffee!

The importance of bees to our ecosystem and food supply is huge. By supporting them, we help preserve biodiversity and secure our food base. Growing bee-friendly plants is a simple but powerful step to protect our environment and strengthen the bee population.

RHS Plants for Pollinators - List
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Godetia

Godetia

Godetia, also known as Azaleaflora Double Mixed, is a beautiful annual that enchants gardens with its lush, double-flowered flowers. With an exuberant colour palette ranging from soft pastels to vibrant hues, this Azelea variety adds a touch of romance to flowerbeds and borders. It thrives in sunlight and well-drained soil, and requires little effort to grow. The godetia is loved for its long flowering period in summer, making it a wonderful choice for both novice and experienced gardeners who aim to create colourful and lush flower carpets in their outdoor spaces.

Not bee food! 

We make it a point to find bee-friendly seeds for our seed paper, but sometimes that is a challenge. The plant you see may not be a favourite of bees, but don't worry! Our seed mix contains many other bee-friendly varieties to support bees.

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Baby's Breath

Baby's Breath

Baby's Breath, or Gypsophila, is a delicate and sophisticated flowering plant that beautifies gardens and bouquets. With countless tiny flowers that resemble cloud-like clusters, it creates an airy and fairy-like appearance. Gypsophila comes in a variety of colours, but white is the most common. It is often used to complement bridal bouquets and floral arrangements because of its subtle beauty. This plant thrives in sunny areas with well-drained soil and requires minimal care. Its versatility, long shelf life and romantic look make Baby's Breath a popular choice in both garden design and floral design.

This flower is bee-friendly! 

Bees are our little heroes, but they struggle to survive. You can help them by growing bee-friendly plants in your garden. These flowers and herbs provide food and habitat for bees, which are crucial for pollinating our food crops. Without bees, there would be less fruit, vegetables, and even coffee!

The importance of bees to our ecosystem and food supply is huge. By supporting them, we help preserve biodiversity and secure our food base. Growing bee-friendly plants is a simple but powerful step to protect our environment and strengthen the bee population.

RHS Plants for Pollinators - List
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Livingstone Daisy

Livingstone Daisy

The Livingstone Daisy, also known as Dorotheanthus bellidiformis, is a beautiful and tough succulent that adds colour and vitality to gardens and containers. With its glossy, succulent leaves and striking flowers in shades of pink, red and white, this plant attracts immediate attention. The Livingstone Daisy is drought-resistant and thrives in sunny, warm environments. Its low maintenance requirements make it a favourite for gardeners looking for easy and colourful additions to their landscape. This succulent adds texture and vibrancy to rock gardens, borders and hanging baskets.

Not bee food! 

We make it a point to find bee-friendly seeds for our seed paper, but sometimes that is a challenge. The plant you see may not be a favourite of bees, but don't worry! Our seed mix contains many other bee-friendly varieties to support bees.

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Virginia Stock

Virginia Stock

Virginia Stock, scientifically known as Matthiola incana, is an enchanting flower known for its sweet fragrance and colourful blooms. With shades ranging from white and cream to pink, purple and yellow, this biennial adds a touch of romance to gardens and borders. Its pleasant fragrance comes alive especially in the evening, creating an enchanting atmosphere. Virginia Stock thrives in full sun and well-drained soil. Because of its beautiful appearance and lovely fragrance, this flower is loved in bouquets and floral arrangements, adding a touch of elegance and aroma.

Not bee food! 

We make it a point to find bee-friendly seeds for our seed paper, but sometimes that is a challenge. The plant you see may not be a favourite of bees, but don't worry! Our seed mix contains many other bee-friendly varieties to support bees.

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Poppy

Poppy

The poppy, Papaver rhoeas, is an enchanting annual flower that adorns fields and gardens with vibrant colours. With distinctive paper petals in shades of red, orange and purple, this flower often symbolises peace and remembrance. Poppies thrive in sunny conditions and drained soil, and are often found along roads and in meadows. They require little care and self-seed easily. Their fragile beauty attracts not only people but also bees and butterflies, contributing to biodiversity. Poppies are a romantic and indispensable addition to both wild and tamed landscapes.

This flower is bee-friendly! 

Bees are our little heroes, but they struggle to survive. You can help them by growing bee-friendly plants in your garden. These flowers and herbs provide food and habitat for bees, which are crucial for pollinating our food crops. Without bees, there would be less fruit, vegetables, and even coffee!

The importance of bees to our ecosystem and food supply is huge. By supporting them, we help preserve biodiversity and secure our food base. Growing bee-friendly plants is a simple but powerful step to protect our environment and strengthen the bee population.

RHS Plants for Pollinators - List
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Sweet alyssum

Sweet alyssum

Sweet alyssum, also known as alyssum or Lobularia maritima, is a charming annual that adorns gardens with its clusters of small, fragrant flowers. Native to the Mediterranean region, this plant thrives in sunny to slightly shady conditions and drained soil. The flowers range from white to pink, purple and yellow, creating a carpet-like effect that is beautiful in flower beds as well as hanging baskets. Sweet alyssum attracts bees, butterflies and other pollinators, giving it a positive impact on biodiversity. Its attractive flowers and sweet fragrance make it a favourite among gardeners and lovers of colourful landscapes.

This flower is bee-friendly! 

Bees are our little heroes, but they struggle to survive. You can help them by growing bee-friendly plants in your garden. These flowers and herbs provide food and habitat for bees, which are crucial for pollinating our food crops. Without bees, there would be less fruit, vegetables, and even coffee!

The importance of bees to our ecosystem and food supply is huge. By supporting them, we help preserve biodiversity and secure our food base. Growing bee-friendly plants is a simple but powerful step to protect our environment and strengthen the bee population.

RHS Plants for Pollinators - List
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China Pink

China Pink

China pink, Dianthus chinensis, is a charming flower that enriches gardens with its colourful and fragrant presence. With flowers in various shades such as pink, red, white and purple, this biennial adds a playful and vibrant atmosphere to flower beds and borders. The delicate petals often have an edge of a deeper colour, adding to their visual appeal. China pink thrives best in sunny areas and well-drained soil. Its sweet and refreshing fragrance also makes it a popular choice for composing bouquets and decorative arrangements.

Not bee food! 

We make it a point to find bee-friendly seeds for our seed paper, but sometimes that is a challenge. The plant you see may not be a favourite of bees, but don't worry! Our seed mix contains many other bee-friendly varieties to support bees.

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Flowermix - 250 g / m² seed paper