Birds, Bee & Butterflies Seedbom Gift Box


Birds, Bees & Butterflies Seed bomb gift box containing 4 Seedboms for 4 times the Guerrilla Gardening fun.

Contents Pollinator Beebom, Urban Bloomer, Butterflybom, Featherbom


Pollinator seed mix: Cornflower, Vipers Bugloss, Wild Marjoram, Red Clover, Borage & Phacelia.

(Contains only species found on the RHS Perfect for Pollinators List)

Urban Bloomer seed mix: Poppy, Corn Marigold, Cornflower, Forget-Me-Not, Oxeye Daisy and Red Campion

(Contains a mix of wildflowers perfect for bringing life to built up areas and attracting pollinating insects)

Butterflybom seed mix: Musk Mallow, Cornflower, Yarrow, Oxeye Daisy, Red Campion & Forget-me-not.

(Contains species recommended by butterfly conservation as ‘larval food plants’ and includes some annuals for 1st year impact)

Featherbom seed mix: Phacelia, Wild Carrot, Teasel, Millet, Common Knapweed, Cornflower and Birdsfoot Trefoil.

(contains a wildflower mix to attract butterflies and bees during the summer and produce grains and seeds for birds during the cold winter months.)

Weight - 4 x 25 g
Size - 50 × 50 × 80 mm

Pull the pin and throw or drop Seedboms into areas that are in need of brightening up. Seedboms like bare soil, natural light and to be kept damp whilst growing. Full instructions are included on inside of each Seedbom sleeve.

Seedboms will biodegrade into the environment, leaving only plants behind.

How To Use

First shake the seedbom a few times to distribute seeds inside.

Trigger by pulling the pin to remove the seal and submerge in water until fully soaked inside and out.

Throw or drop onto bare open ground that’s in need of beautification. IMPORTANT: Make sure it's split open to allow seedlings to sprout out!

There are 2 seasons to grow Seedboms. Spring for flowering same year and Autumn for flowering following year.

Purchase Impact

State: Air

97% of wildflower meadows in the UK have been lost since the 1930s, mostly through land ploughed for farming. Much of this took place in WW2 to produce cereals for the country.

Despite this, wildflower meadows remain one of the most crucial habitats in the country, with over 150 plant species per meadow. These plants support a vast range of insects, which in turn feed animals and birds. In total, it's estimated that there can be up to 40 species in each square metre of meadow, making it one of the most diverse habitats in Britain.

Use your Seedbom mix to help preserve this invaluable habitat for many of our most well loved species!

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