Sowing bee friendly wildflower seeds

(Question)

Hello
I’m hoping you can help me out.
I have received seeds from Feed the bees.ca. It is my intention to create a bee friendly patch in my back lane. Last summer I removed all the rubbish and non-native and invasive plants.This year I have prepped the concrete-like packed down soil and I’m good to go.
The problem is that Feed the bees.ca provided no instructions about how densely to sow the seeds or how large a patch one package of their seeds should cover.
My question:
1) is there any way I can calculate this based upon weight or volume measure of the seeds? Please note it is just a typical size seed packet so it does not have any significant weight or volume.
2) might you have the contact info for Feed the bees.ca? I cannot find it on their website.
3) is there anyone else that you would recommend I get in touch with to solve this problem?
Thank you so much for your time and help.

 

(Answer)

Congratulations for creating a bee friendly patch in your area.

According to the answer given by feedthebees.ca, One packet should be good for about 25-30sqft.

Happy planting.