If you spread the seeds of Bee Meadow, Butterfly Garden, Wildflower Meadow and Co. on an existing lawn, there is very little chance that the flowers will actually grow. Plants always need adequate space and nutrients to develop well. Grasses tend to grow much more dominantly than flowers, which is why there are no grasses in our seed mixtures, only flower seeds. So on already existing lawns with densely distributed roots, flowers have little chance to grow. We therefore recommend sowing on unplanted flower or garden soil: For example, on a loosened strip of soil in the garden (this is perfect for a wonderfully colorful, insect-friendly flowering strip), directly in the bed or in a large flower pot. Also, keep in mind that each mix consists of flower varieties that grow to an average height of 40cm (16in). The result is more the growth of a wild meadow than of a "neat" flower lawn.