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
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
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
Wild Carrot offers a flat, white blossom with a red spot in the centre. The white root smells like carrot and has a range of medicinal usesRead 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