Bee & Butterfly Attracting

With the world’s bee, insect and butterfly populations in serious decline, Mr Fothergill’s is focused on producing products that will help increase their populations and keep them pollinating our crops far into the future. Attract butterflies, bees and insects to your garden with our wonderful range of flower seeds.

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Why attracting bees and butterflies to your garden is important

As pollinators, bees, butterflies and insects play an essential role in our gardens. They transfer pollen from one flower to another, fertilising plants and seeds. 70 of the top 100 most popular food crops are pollinated by bees, and they pollinate 80% of all flowering plants on Earth.

Unfortunately, bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects are under increasing threat due to pesticides, parasites and climate change — but we can help them by using responsible gardening practices, planting butterfly and bee-attracting flowers and providing them with shelter.

Bee and butterfly-attracting flowers

Which plants attract bees and butterflies? Butterflies like plants that they can easily land and rest on, such as colourful chrysanthemums, dahlias and marigolds, among many others. Popular plants that attract bees include lavender, cosmos, daisies and sunflowers. 

Beautify your garden and attract bees and butterflies

Are you looking to create a beautiful, bountiful garden that is filled with glorious colours and bee-attracting plants? At Mr Fothergill’s, we proudly stock a wide variety of flower seeds as well as bee and insect sanctuary kits that can turn your garden into a haven. Browse our range of bee and butterfly-attracting flower seeds online or visit your local garden centre today.

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