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Seeds of honey plants and herbs with a unique aroma - Bienenweide

Seeds of honey plants and herbs with a unique aroma - Bienenweide
Seeds of honey plants and herbs with a unique aroma - Bienenweide
  • Model: GSF0144

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Bienenweide (bee pasture) is the name of a unique German combination of seeds of honey plants - flowers and aromatic herbs, which is one of the pearls in the rich selection of our online store Semenata.Shop.

The selection was created by the team of the German concern Freudenberger based on a precise selection of the seeds of 24 varieties of field flowers and highly aromatic herbs, each of which is rich in pollen, which makes it irresistible to all bees and insects that feed on nectar.

One of the many advantages of this specially selected grass mixture of honey-bearing plants is the technology used in the production by German specialists. With this technology, all the seeds in the mix are literally cocooned in a coconut substrate.

The purpose of this solution is for the coconut substrate to support the survival, germination, and development of the seeds and plants. This happens thanks to the fact that the special coating has the property of absorbing moisture, in which it swells and creates a moistened soil layer around each seed.

This also allows you not to have to sow the seeds as deep when sowing. The seeds can only be placed on the surface and lightly pressed into the soil.

The developing flower and herbaceous aromatic plants, which are as many as 24 different species, give any area sown with Bienenweide (bee pasture) an incredible color, because thanks to their diversity, they ensure a softness all the time in the full range of their selection. Creating a real living and ever-changing beautiful picture, the seeds of honey plants and herbs are suitable for any space.

Another big plus, apart from the variety and duration of flowering, which lasts from the first spring months and lasts until late autumn, is that this cultivation of honey plant seeds carries rich aromas throughout the active season and pleases not only the eye but also the smell.

The unique German development of field meadow flowers and aromatic herbs is cleared of grass and ryegrass seeds. In this way, it retains its high decorative effect, is easy to maintain, and does not even have to be cut.

Because of the 24 herb and flower species in this seed mix, it is one of the favorites of beekeepers across the country for building bee pastures. On the other hand, however, because of its colors, appearance, and aroma, many prefer it for landscaping gardens, yards, meadows, parks, and public green spaces. The decorative qualities of these Bienenweide honey plants and herb seeds are widely used by professional garden decorators and gardeners as well as amateurs. It is used to landscape spectacular areas in hotels, resorts, gardens around hospitals and rest facilities, properties, etc.

  • Cut: 275 g.
  • Sowing rate: For 25 square meters - 275 grams or 11 grams per square meter.
  • Wading Endurance: Low.
  • Field light: Requires full sun, but does well in partial shade.
  • Watering Need: Moderate but regular watering without overwatering.
  • Mowing features: Do not mow.
  • Soil conditions: Fertile and draining soil.
  • Cold resistance: Good resistance in winter conditions.
  • Leaf Characteristics:-
  • Suitable Fertilizers: Fertilize infrequently with flowering meadow fertilizer.
  • Sowing period: Sow the seeds of honey plants and flowers in the period - from late March to June and September - October.
  • Sowing depth: No digging required. Place the seeds on the surface of the soil, then press them well into it. They can also be covered with a fine layer of soil (about 1 cm).
  • Soil temperature at sowing: At 10 - 25 degrees, but not below 5 degrees Celsius.
  • Germination period: Each species in the mix has a different period but on average about 2 to 3 weeks with good moisture and a temperature of about 15 - 25 degrees.


15% of the mix consists of the following honey and aromatic plants:

0.75% Phacelia tanacetifolia - Phacelia
0.60% Trifolium resupinatum - Persian clover
0.60% Medicago sativa - Alfalfa

13.05% the frozen types of flowers:
Centaurea scabiosa - Centaurea scabiosa
Onobrychis viciifolia - Asparagus
Helianthus debilis - Beach sunflower
Achillea millefolium - Yarrow
Verbascum densiflorum - Mullein
Borago officinalis - Borage (cucumber grass)
Nigella sativa - Black cumin
Anethum graveolens - Fennel
Foeniculum vulgare - Slice (head fennel)
Papaver rhoeas - Field poppy
Coriandrum sativum - Coriander
Carum carvi - Caraway
Salvia officinalis - Sage
Plantago lanceolata - Narrow-leaved plantain
Daucus carota - Wild carrot
Cichorium intybus - Blue gall
Leucanthemum vulgare - Common daisy
Ornithopus sativus - Common bird's foot
Melilotus albus - White Communiga
Melilotus officinalis - Yellow comuniga

The remaining 88% is the coconut substrate shell.

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