Wildflowers - to dig over soil before planting or not?
Hi! Recently moved into a new house on the North Downs with an unloved upward sloping garden. The second half of the garden is steeper than that nearest to the house and although looks like lawn is really a mixture if grasses, primula and such like. I want to turn this area into a bug friendly wildflower plot but have read that ideally the soil should be turned fully to allow for the seeds to be planted in. However, it feels as if I've got a decent base to work with here so wondered if I should try and preserve what I've got and if so how best to introduce the seeds? The area is around 10m x 30m so a reasonable plot to try and turn by hand. I know this is a popular topic but I couldn't find any other posts specifically relating to this. Thanks!