Feed the pollinators with these 100% Pure Seeds - Mixtures of Annuals, Perennials, and Grasses
No 2 are alike and may include many pollinator favorite varieties such as Anise Hyssop, Aster, Coneflower, Milkweed, Coreopsis, Goldenrod, Prarie Onion, Spiderwort, Mountain Mint, Figwort, Bergmont, Blazing Star, Buckwheat, Prairie Dropseed, Little Blue Stem, Canada Wild Rye, plus more!
Unlike some low quality blends available on the market ours are guaranteed to be free of noxious weed seeds - 100% quality
Available individually packaged or in bulk quantities. Great for favors! Fun for children!
Soak bombs in room temperature water for 1-2 minutes - no longer
Full sun - Spring, Summer, or Fall Plant in Soil 1/2" deep
Keep soil moist to the touch until you see sprouts emerging
Once established you can "Set and Forget". Wildflowers need little to no care to flourish
Want to ensure germination? Start your bombs indoors and transfer outside to desired location once roots are formed. . Green Thumb Tip - used rotisserie chicken containers make perfect seed starting greenhouses - just be sure to poke some drainage holes in the bottom. Indoor Planting Instructions - Soak bombs 1-2 minutes Add seed starting soil (sold at most nurseries/hardware stores) Plant 1/2" deep Keep soil moist to the touch throughout growing season - check daily, sprinkle with water as needed Place in warm sunny window Cover with dome until see sprouts emerging Once sprouts emerge dome is no longer needed - continue watering as needed Before planting outside sprouts will need to acclimate to the weather - bring them outside for a couple hours each day for approx 2 weeks, starting in the shade then moving into more sun at longer lengths each day After 2 weeks plant in desired location - water until fully established - ENJOY!