Fragrant Lawns are not something used frequently in this country. Today, it was unveiled that the University of Reading’s PhD Student, Lionel Smith, had been working on a special fragrant lawn mixture for a West London park.
The aim of the fragrant lawn is to offer pollen sources for pollinating insects, such as bees. Mr Smith’s mixture contains a wonderful range of species chosen to offer good pollen sources.
The best part is this can be used as a lawn, and because the seeds are smaller, it requires a much lower sowing rate.
Our Fragrant Lawn mixture is similar to that used in the park, you can read more about it here: Lawn UK Fragrant Lawn
Read the BBC News coverage of the story here: BBC News
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