Corn Marigold is native to the UK since at least the Iron age and provides a wonderful flash of bright yellow to your wildflower meadow. It is perfect for pollinators and will help #bringthebeesbackRead More
Red Campion is a fantastic addition to any wildflower meadow. It can be found in many of our local Beebomb products and will help #bringthebeesback.Read More
White Campion is a fantastic addition to any wildflower meadow. It can be found in many of our local Beebomb products and will help #bringthebeesback.Read More
Salad Burnet is a great friend of the butterfly and the bee. It can also help in the kitchen bring many a dish to life as a locally sourced herb flavouring.
Common Sorrel is not specifically included as a bee attractor but adds to a good wildflower meadow.
Small Copper butterflies use it to breed.
You'll find Common Sorrel in a range of Beebomb local products.
Yellow Rattle is a bee and butterfly friendly British Wildflower that is on the Royal Horticultural Society's list as 'Perfect for Pollinators'
You'll find Yellow Rattle in a range of Beebomb local products and it's a big help to #bringbeesback
Selfheal is a common herb in Britain and has a long use of historical, medicinal uses. You'll find Selfheal as part of the mix in a wide range of Beebomb products and it is on the Royal Horticultural Society's 'Perfect for Pollinators' list.Read More
Cowslip provides a beautiful drooping yellow flower and is a big friend of a range of wildlife. It is on the Royal Horticultural Society's list of perfect for pollinators and will help #bringthebeesback
You'll find Cowslip as part of the mix in a wide range of Beebomb productsRead More
Ribwort Plantain can be found all over Britain's grasslands and is well adapted to all soils. It is a great pollinator's friend and will help #bringthebeesbackRead More
Oxeye Daisy is a beautiful and recognisable pollinator. One for the children and one for the bees. Certainly helping #bringthebeesbackRead More
Rough Hawkbit is one of the Beebombs perfect for pollinator's friends. Help #bringthebeesbackRead More
Lady's bedstraw was historically widespread through Great Britain and is a very important pollinator.
It's beautiful yellow flowers provide a scent of honey to our countryside from June to September and increasing them will certainly help #bringthebeesbackRead More
Common Knapweed. A really tough wildflower that can grow in a range of soils. Common Knapweed is a real favourite of our pollinating insect friends and looks beautiful too.Read More
A common flower of roadsides, hedgerows, grasslands, and scrubby areas where the soil is inclined to being dry and chalkyRead More