2000 seeds (Approx) Native Lady’s Bedstraw Wild Flower Seeds
Lady’s Bedstraw (Galium verum). The seed is from a UK native sustainable source.
Lady’s Bedstraw is a perennial plant commonly found growing in relatively infertile soils including meadows, pastures, wasteland, roadsides and dunes. It also grows well in the garden where it’s short to medium square stems hold up clusters of golden yellow flowers. providing a food source for many bees, including Honeybees and wild bees.
The flowers appear from the end of June to September. We are currently waiting for a new picture.
SOIL TYPES / MANURE
Grows well on many soil types with a preference for neutral to calcareous soils and sands.
WHEN TO SOW
Sow the seeds outdoors where you want the plants to grow in spring to late summer. Sprinkle thinly on the soil surface cover very lightly with fine soil. Keep moist and weed free.