The Peckish Wild Bird Habitat Wildflower Seeds are a free sample packet, with a mix of easy to grow wildflowers selected to provide nutrients and nesting material for birds. Also loved by bees, butterflies and beneficial insects.

What's in the pack?


Corncockle is an enchanting annual wildflower with elegant, deep pink to purple blooms. It has great ability in attracting pollinators including bees and butterflies.

Crown Daisy

Crown daisy is a versatile and vibrant annual plant with delicate, daisy-like flowers in shades of yellow and white. Its edible blooms and foliage attract beneficial insects.


Cosmos have an extended flowering period, making them one of the most enduring annuals you can plant.


These flowers have delicate foliage with extravagant blossoms enticing pollinators.


Sunflowers, with their towering stalks and bright, cherrful blooms are a delight to wild birds. These iconic flowers produce large, nutrient-rich seeds which attract a wide variety of UK wild birds.


Nigella offers enchanting blue blooms with delightful fragrance, complemented by feathery foliage that transforms into captivating seed pods.


Marigold flowers, known for their vibrant petals ranging from golden yellows to fiery oranges are cherished for their beauty. They are prized for their resilience and ability to repel pests.


These beneficial plants produce flowering stems with tiny purple blooms during summer and turn brown and dry throughout autumn winter.


Best known for its prickly stems and seed heads teasels are perfect for attracting pollinators and birds, particularly finches.


Cornflowers are an annual growing plant perfect for pollinators. These double flowers add burst of colour to gardens with their vibrant blue blooms.

How Planting Wildflower Seeds Benefits Birds and Why It Matters



Prepare area for sowing


1. Remove any large stones and weeds.

2. Dig over soil and level out.

3. If soil is very dry, water 24 hours before sowing.


Sowing seeds


1. Shake the seed packet well before use.

2. To ensure even coverage, sow in a criss-cross pattern.

3. Firm seeds down onto soil and gently water them.


Top tips


Water daily, preferably in the evening until seedlings appear,

and then as required depending on weather conditions.