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Eco Seed Balls

Butterfly box of 10 Eco Seed Balls

Butterfly box of 10 Eco Seed Balls

Regular price £6.50 GBP
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Eco seed balls are a sustainable alternative to planting from seed.
They are created from recycled paper and contain a mixture of flower and plant seeds. These seed balls are handcrafted with care and designed to promote biodiversity and sustainability.

In addition to being environmentally friendly, eco seed balls are also user-friendly. They eliminate the need for precise seed spacing or equipment like garden tools, making it accessible for all gardeners, regardless of their experience level. It's a simple and enjoyable way to beautify gardens, urban spaces, and other areas, while also supporting the environment.
The paper shell of the seed balls will naturally break down over time, allowing the seeds to sprout and grow into beautiful flowers and plants.

Using recycled paper to create these seed balls not only reduces waste but also helps to promote a more sustainable approach to gardening and environmental conservation. Choosing these seed balls encourages and supports local wildlife, including pollinators like bees and butterflies.

Eco seed balls contribute to a greener world and enjoy the beauty of flowers and plants at the same time.
Our seed balls, are a simple and effective way to introduce more biodiversity and beauty into our surroundings while minimizing our environmental impact.


N.B - Your Seed Balls may vary in the colours and may not be the same colours as shown in the pictures.

  • ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    Variety - Native Wildflower
    Box Contents - 10 x Eco Seed Balls, Planting instructions and care sheet.

    Planting times
    Spring to Summer for this years flowers.
    Autumn for Spring flowers.

    Best before
    18 months from date of purchase

    Storage
    Keep in a dry place such as a kitchen drawer

    Your Eco Seed Balls may contain some or all of the following :
    (A mix of native and non native annual, biennial and perennial wildflowers)

    Lady's bedstraw, Black medick, Salad burnet, Meadow buttercup, Red campion, White campion, Wild carrot, Night-Flowering catchfly, Corn chamomile, Wild clary, Corn cockle, Cornflower, Cowslip, Ox-eye daisy, Field forget-me-not, Wild foxglove, Goats beard, Common knapweed, Greater knapweed, Corn marigold, Musk mallow, Common poppy, Self-heal, Common sorrel, Common St John's wort, Yarrow, Yellow rattle, Flax, Blanket flower, Cosmos, Mixed Zinnea, Yellow tansy, Dog rose, Evening primrose, California poppy, Calendula, Sainfoin, Red clover, Baby's breath, Bee phacelia, Bishops flower, Borage, Buckwheat, Candytuft, Caraway, Catchflies, China aster, Chinese forget-me-not, Chinese parsley, Chrysanthemum, Common dill, Coriander, Cosmos, Dragons head, Dwarf morning glory, French parsley, Four o'clock flower, Golden tickseed, Heavenly blue, Honesty, Lace flower, Large flowered mallow, Lovage, Love-in-a-mist, Nasturtium, Pheasants eye, Prairie carnation, Prince-of-wales feather, Purple vipers, Bugloss, Radish, Red army, Safflower, Scarlet flax, Shasta daisy, Shrubby hares ear, Soapwort, Stocks, Sweat-pea, Yarrow, 
    GRASSES : Strong creeping red fescue, Crested dogstail, Chewing's fescue, Slender creeping red fescue, Browntop bent
    HERBS : Sheep's burnet, Sainfoin, Ribwort plantain, Sheep's parsley, Yarrow, Fenugreek


    APHA Registration
    We are licensed seed merchants, registered with APHA (The animal and plant health agency) this is a government requirement when selling or repackaging products containing seeds.
    This gives you reassurance as we are subjected to annual testing of our products, seeds, storage, premises and equipment. 
    Our license number is 7841





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