Kinfill Flower Seeds
– help support the bees

Biodiversity has decreased over the years, becoming a growing concern around our planet. Bees are essential for the pollination of not just 80% of all flowering plants, but one-third of the food we eat. They depend on wildflowers for nectar and pollinate the flowers they feed on in return. It’s safe to say a world without these little hard workers would be unthinkable.

Continue reading to see how you can lend a hand. 

Let the good times sow

In celebration of our limited edition fragrance – Flowershop, and in partnership with the Pollinators, we are including a packet of flower seeds on all EU orders this season.

By sowing and growing native flowering plants, you’ll help support the bees and provide them with the foods necessary to go about their business.

Our flower seed mix contains annual and biennial plants, such as phacelia, buckwheat, white mustard, coriander, Alexandrian clover, incarnate clover, marigold, caraway, leaf radish, cornflower, cumin, dill, wild mallow, fennel, borage. To protect the biodiversity, the seeds may only be sowed in their native environment (Europe) and in private gardens.

A.A. Milne

Weeds are flowers too, once you get to know them.


Five simple steps to a flourishing planet

Step 1.

Pick a sun-filled spot in your garden or on your balcony. You will need approximately 2 m² for the full bag.

Step 2.

Prepare the soil in pots or in the garden. Remove weeds if you are planting the seeds in your garden, so the wildflowers have no competition for sunlight and nutrients.

Step 3.

Scatter the wildflower seeds over the pots or area, and lightly cover them with a thin layer of soil.

Step 4.

Gently pat down the soil, and water the whole area with a spray. Now, watch them grow. Isn’t it magical? Be sure to water frequently.

Step 5.

Finally, sit back, relax, and enjoy your vibrant little pollinator garden as you welcome bees, butterflies, and other insect pollinators.





About the Pollinators

The Pollinators believe that healthy ecosystems are crucial for a flourishing planet. Therefore, as a community, they focus on supporting and connecting people and initiatives to help protect and stimulate pollinators and biodiversity. At Kinfill, we share their beliefs and that is how we got in touch to lend a hand and work together to create a healthy environment for the pollinating species. Together, with you.

Learn more

Get your complimentary packet of flower seeds.