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Author Topic: wild flower seeds wanted for fleeces. Goole/Selby area.  (Read 1943 times)

landroverroy

  • Joined Oct 2010
wild flower seeds wanted for fleeces. Goole/Selby area.
« on: March 28, 2014, 11:29:40 am »
I have a selection of last years fleeces - mostly white, and a a few coloured and would swap some for any wild flower seeds. I'm wanting bluebells, wild garlic, primroses, poppies etc or anything that will provide a splash of colour  in a meadow/woodland area where I graze my highland cattle.
Obviously the transaction wants to take place locally as otherwise postage costs exceed the value of the articles being posted.
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Treud na Mara

  • Joined Mar 2014
  • East Clyh, Caithness
  • Living the dream in Caithness
Re: wild flower seeds wanted for fleeces. Goole/Selby area.
« Reply #1 on: April 06, 2014, 10:12:41 pm »
Don't know if you saw Countryfile this evening but they are offering packets of wildflower seed free - only enough for 2 square metres but the price is right! Also it's worth keeping a look out for anything you like growing locally so you can collect some seed yourself. They do take a long time to get to flower - three years for bluebells, but the plus is that you will be getting strains that are already happy with your local environment and you don't remove the original plants from their homes.
With 1 Angora and now 6 pygmy goats, Jacob & Icelandic sheep, chooks, a cat and my very own Duracell bunny aka BH !

 

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