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What are wildflower seed bombs?
Wildflower Seed Bombs are little balls of compost that contain wildflower seeds and are coated in clay to stop hungry animals from getting to the seeds!
They are plant-tastic for providing habitat and food for our essential pollinator friends, the bees and butterflies.
Why should I build one?
When to throw the bomb?!
There’s no digging required when scattering the ‘bombs’. Simply throw them onto flowerbeds or open patches of earth and make sure you water them regularly if it doesn’t rain. This will help the clay start to erode and after a few weeks, you should spot seedlings emerging from the ‘bombs’ which will grow into beautiful flowers.
If you'd like them to bloom this year, then scatter them in May or Early June. If you'd like them to bloom next spring you can scatter them in August or September.