Home Grown

Grow wildflowers at home

Grow wildflowers at home

Join us in feeding bees and butterflies by growing your own wildflowers at home. We have the wildflower seeds to give away, and all you’ll need is your own garden or a large pot or container with some soil (it doesn’t need to be compost). The wildflowers will grow and display by summer which will help with conserving important pollinators in Scotland.

To request a free wildflower seeds pack: 

please email admin@northedinburgharts.co.uk or call 0131 315 2151, letting us know your full name, address including postcode, and contact phone number, and we’ll post one out to you.

This offer is available to local residents living in Muirhouse, Pilton, Drylaw, Granton or Royston areas. We have a limited number of packs, and they will be offered on a first come, first served basis (1 pack per household).

Image: Drawing by NEA Garden Artist in Residence Natalie Taylor.

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