The Chislehurst Society has launched a new initiative within the local community encouraging the planting of native wildflower seeds.
This mix has 23 native wildflower species all recorded around Chislehurst by Reverend Murray in 1899. They will add a great variety of vibrant and versatile blooms to your garden and are a vital food source for bees and other pollinators. Once established, they are much less maintenance than other garden flora – they don’t need regular feeding, watering or pruning and will come back year on year with abundance.
The Chislehurst Society would like to track where wildflower seeds are planted within the local area. After planting, please complete the following form with the exact location of planting.
You can find the exact 3m x 3m square where you have planted your seeds by using the interactive map by clicking here.
You can find out more about the project by clicking here.