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Have you ever thought of growing your own wildflowers in your garden? Perhaps your looking at bringing more bees and butterflies into your garden to help further develop your plants?

Wildflowers can be a little tricky to grow traditionally, which is where Seedballs come in to play. With free postage across the UK why not bring some wildflowers to your garden space?

If you’re looking at other ways to spruce up your garden why not check out The Garden Feature Company or Norfolk Leisure?

Why Choose Seedball?

Seed balls are the fantastic answer to growing your own wildflowers to your garden. The company is based in the UK. The idea was created as normally wildflowers can be difficult to grow in the UK due to the time of which they take to seed and grow, making them prime targets for pests and predators.

Seedball’s receipt has been specifically designed with the UK and Northern Europe in mind.  The 1cm in diameter seed ball is comprised of mainly clay. They are also comprised of peat-free compost and a very small amount of chilli. The chilli has been included as it is a natural way of keeping pests away from the seed as they start to sprout. Once opened you simply scatter the seed balls on top of your soil/compost and let nature take its course.

Edibles Range

Recently Seedball have introduced an Edibles range which brings different salad, herbs and even tea varieties into the mix. Not only would these look fantastic mixed in with your borders or pots but they would also add a lovely fragrance to your garden.

For example the salad mix which comprises of seeds from the following cooking herbs:

- Basil

- Sweet Marjoram

- Chives

- Dill

- Parsley