Seed Bomb, pollinators in the Pacific Northwest
Just throw Canadian-designed & hand-rolled seed bombs into dirt & water to grow up to 1 square foot of wildflower meadow! Made of clay, worm castings, wildflower species, & a dash of cayenne pepper to keep the squirrels away, these seed bombs are not only a great food source for pollinators, but create a stunning & long-lasting wildflower meadow!
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Each bag includes 5 seed bombs.
This blend is perfect for the Pacific Northwest & includes seeds from 24 different native species with blooms times varying from late spring to early fall.
Nodding Wild Onion, Wild Lupine, Pearly Everlasting, Dotted Mint, Pasque Flower, White Aster, Wild Columbine, Prairie Coneflower, Butterfly Milkweed, Black Eyed Susans, Purple Poppy Mallow, Showy Goldenrod, Harebell, Spiderwort, Lanceleaf Coreopsis, Hoary Vervain, Purple Coneflower Clover, Golden Alexanders, Shooting Stars, June Grass, Blanketflower, Prairie Dropseed, Blue Flax, Annual Fye Grass
Instructions for Use
All that is required to grow a wildflower meadow is simply throw or place seed bombs on the ground & water, or wait for rain to hit them. Once water breaks down the clay, the wildflowers begin sprouting. The wildflowers will grow up to a square foot per seed bomb & vary in blooming time, ensuring a full Spring to Fall meadow.