Make Your Own Seed Bombs Kit
Create your own Seed Bombs with our kit!
A choice of three types of seeds to choose from: Bee Friendly Wildflower Seeds, Butterfly Friendly Wildflower Seeds or Meadow Wildflower Seeds.
Each kit contains all of the things you will need to make your own seed bombs.
Inside this kit you will find:
- 2x Potting Discs
- 1x Packet of Clay
- 1x Packet of Seeds
- 1x Instructions
Simply make your seed bombs, throw or sow on a bare patch of soil and watch them grow! This kit should make 20-30 seed bombs. Our wildflower seeds can be sown throughout the year but for the best chance of germination make and throw your seed bombs: between mid-March and the end of May or between mid-August and mid-October.
Bee Friendly Wildflower Seeds
Included in this mix are bee favourites such as bird's-foot trefoil, bush vetch, common knapweed, corn marigold, corn poppy, cornflower, field forget-me-not, field scabious, hedge woundwort, lady's bedstraw, ragged robin, red campion, selfheal, tufted vetch, vipers bugloss, wild marjoram, wild mignonette and wild red clover.
Butterfly Friendly Wildflower Seeds
Included in this mix are butterfly favourites such as bird's-foot trefoil, bush vetch, common knapweed, cornflower, cowslip, cuckooflower, field scabious, kidney vetch, red campion, tufted vetch, viper's bugloss, wild marjoram, wild red clover.
Meadow Wildflower Seeds
Included in this mix: bird's-foot trefoil, common knapweed, corn chamomile, corn marigold, corn poppy, cornflower, corncockle, foxglove, meadow buttercup, oxeye daisy, salad burnet, selfheal, red campion, ribwort plantain, white campion.
NOT SUITABLE FOR SMALL CHILDREN DUE TO THE PRESENCE OF FOXGLOVE AND CORNCOCKLE
Foxglove: CAUTION toxic if eaten
Corncockle: Harmful if eaten
They are safe to grow provided they are treated with respect however, they should not be placed or planted where small children are likely to have access to, brush against or eat them.