The bid to replenishing the seeds of wild flowers that would be grown all over the UK in going to held on Monday to save the country's dwindling meadows. The 2,000 packs of wild flower seeds has distributed by the Royal Horticultural Society in a nearly 1,200 groups around the country.
With this step they hope to have more than five acres of meadow sown in ground with wild flowers in just a 48 hour period. There is a pressure from agriculture and development side combined with neglect, there effects has seen the number of wild meadows in Britain plummet are becoming rare.
It is also observed that Britain has lost 97% of its wild flowers meadows since 1930 that has had a devastating impact on many insects and birds including bees.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) launched its Wild about Wild flowers to do some positive steps to start the first National Gardening Week for rediscovering our love for wild flowers so Wild about Wild flowers, is really fantastic experience. At this time it’s very crucial to restore as many flowers as possible.
The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) also intended to sow two new wild flower meadows in addition to the existing at RHS Garden Wisley this year.