Donations making a difference
John Chambers Wildflower Seed – the first company to commit to donating seeds – donated a large quantity of their beautiful Cornfield Annuals 100% wildflower seed mix.
Leading Scottish wildflower seed producers Scotia Seeds are based in Angus. Their crops are grown from small collections made in the wild around Scotland, and each can be traced back to its original site. Scotia Seeds donated some of their gorgeous Cornfield Annuals 100% wildflower seed mix.
Meadow In My Garden is a community interest company with a love of nature, and is committed to helping more people grow wildlife-friendly flower meadows. The company donated some of its bee-friendly seed mix.
Other support has come from Dundee-based printing company Tradeprint, which produced 10,000 postcards to accompany the seed packets at a fraction of their usual price.
Stationery supplier Ideal Envelopes gave a significant discount on the 10,000 seed envelopes needed to package the wildflower seeds safely.
Somerset-based Habitat Aid promotes and sells British native trees, hedging, aquatic plants, wildflower seed and heritage fruit trees. They also offer groundwork, planting, seeding and ecological services. Habitat Aid's support for Seeds of Hope Scotland includes providing expert advice on wildflowers and donating to the crowdfunding appeal from their own wildflower seed sales.