*105 groups and counting!*


During the first Covid-19 lockdown, we gave away over 10,000 packets of wildflower seeds to good causes in Scotland.  


Some were established charities, others were community gardening projects, school groups or teams of people who came together specifically to help folk during the pandemic. A few were even small businesses, offering their services as safe, local seed pick-up points!

When we transitioned into working as a permanent social enterprise, we committed to spending 10% of everything we make on running more seed giveaways.


So for example - if you spend £10 in our online shop, £1 of that will go into our giveaway fund. That's what allows us to continue to help good causes, on an ongoing basis.


Wondering whether we've been able to help a group near you? Take a look at the list below, broken down by local council area.

Aberdeen City

Life Changes Trust


Life Changes Trust


Angus Creative Minds

Birkhill Area Support Group - Covid 19

Brechin in Bloom

Community Mental Health team, Whitehills HCCC

Inverbrothock Playgroup

Murroes Primary School Eco Committee

Voluntary Action Angus

Argyll & Bute

Dalmally Coronavirus Support Group

Team Tarbert


Menstrie Community Garden

Comhairle nan Eilean Siar

Dumfries & Galloway

Dundee City

Bonnie Dundee

Dundee Food Train

Dundee Thegither

Duntrune Community Garden

Feeling Strong

Frances Wright Nursery School

Kingsway Care Centre

Ninewells Community Garden

East Ayrshire

East Dunbartonshire

Colquhoun Park Primary

Skoolz Out Bearsden

East Lothian

East Renfrewshire

Beautiful Busby Village

Clarkston Community Council

Eaglesham Street Library

Netherlee Neighbours

Edinburgh, city of

Cleaner Greener Corstorphine

Crescent at the Shore Community Garden

Cyrenians Edinburgh

Extinction Rebellion Edinburgh Arts Network

North Edinburgh Arts

North Edinburgh Dementia Care


Bantaskin Primary School

The Fruit Basket, Denny


Glasgow City

Action for Children


Benview Early Years Learning Centre

Castlemilk Together: Community Food Action

Death Abroad - You're Not Alone (DAYNA)

Drumchapel Early Years Centre

Dunard Primary School & Nursery Class

Elmvale primary and nursery class

Healing for the Heart

Home-Start Glasgow North and North Lanarkshire

Hyndland Primary Parent Council

Jordanhill Watch

Mosspark Wildflower Community Project

North Glasgow Community Food Initiative (NGCFI)

 Partick Community Growing Project

St Constantine’s Primary School

Scotstoun Primary School PTA 

Thriving Places Ruchill & Possilpark


Ballifeary Community Council

Covid 19 Dalneigh Inverness Community Support

Covid 19 Ness-side Inverness Community Support

Pulteneytown People's Project


Belville Community Garden Trust

Glenpark Early Learning Centre

Parklea Branching Out


Cohooley Woods
Dalkeith Guerrilla Gardeners


North Ayrshire

Organic Growers of Fairley

Aberlour Child Care Trust

North Lanarkshire

Home-Start Glasgow North and North Lanarkshire

People United for Banton (P.U.B)

Orkney Islands

Perth & Kinross

Luncarty & Redgorton in Bloom


Erskine Community Council

Scottish Borders

The Allanton Inn

Allanton Village Hall

Ayton Enhancement Group

Cheviot View Residents' Group

Coldingham Primary School

Covid-19 Coldstream Community Action Team

Duns Brownies and Girl Guides

Langlee Primary School

Leitholm Village Community Group

Spar Newcastleton

Shetland Islands

South Ayrshire

Independence From Drugs and Alcohol Scotland (IFDAS)

South Lanarkshire

St Leonard's In Bloom


Clare House Dunblane

Doune and Deanston Community Support

ROOK - Rescuers of Old Kilmadock

Strathard Community Council

Strathfillan Self Isolation Support Group

The Hub G63

West Dunbartonshire

Clydesider Magazine, in partnership with:

Christie Park Primary

The Big Disability Group


West Lothian

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Cover photo: Harebells on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Photo by David Wheater