Hello all, I recently acquired an allotment, two thirds are going to be dedicated to crops, but the bottom half is quite shady, behind some plum and damson trees, I'd like to leave it for the wildlife, with wildflowers for bees and butterflies, at the moment it's a carpet of weeds, brambles and a quick spreading ivy! The brambles have been cut down and the roots need chopping up, anyway, my question is, how well do I need to have the ground cleared before sewing the seeds? And if I sew soon will I see results this year?
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