Celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee With a Wildflower Display

2022 is a special year in British history as we celebrate Queen Elizabeth II's Platinum Jubilee. To comemmorate her 70 years on the throne, we've produced a special wildflower seed mix of red, white, and blue flowers - the colours of the Union Jack flag.

We think patches of native British wildflowers blooming up and down the country are the perfect tribute to our longest serving monarch. They'll help protect our native pollinators like bees and butterflies, and provide a gorgeous decoration for your front garden. You'll be the envy of the neighbourhood with your patriotic flower display blooming outside in time for a street party!

Queen Elizabeth II

When is the Queen's Platinum Jubilee?

Sunday 6th February will mark 70 years on the throne, and events will be taking place up and down the country throughout 2022. The celebrations will culminate in a four day bank holiday weekend between the 2nd and 5th of June. Sow our flower seeds soon and they'll be in bloom by June, just in time for the celebrations!

It's easy to order your commemorative Queen's Jubilee seeds from us online - we supply packs that cover 1 square metre or 5 square metres, and we can provide in bulk on request. All the seeds contained in this pack are part of the RHS Plants for Pollinators scheme, so you know your decorations are helping wildlife to thrive!

Field Poppy, Oxeye Daisy, Cornflower

From this mix you'll get a beautiful dense display of poppies, cornflowers, corn chamomile, and oxeye daises. These seeds are suitable for growing in beds, borders, or containers, so you can enjoy a floral display no matter what space you have available. So go ahead and grow your own souvenir with these native British wildflowers!

Make sure you order your seeds now and sow in Spring to have a blooming display in time for the June celebrations!

Following the popularity of this product during the Jubilee, it is now available as Union Jack Wildflower Seed Mix.

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