Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes
Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes

Seedball Wildlife Collection Seed Boxes

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Set of six small match box size boxes of wildflowers containing seeds that will benefit bees, birds, bats, butterflies, beetles and hedgehogs. 

Each box is made from 100% recycled card and contains 6 seedballs. 

This collection includes one box for each type of wildlife. 

Bee Box - a mix designed to attract solitary bees, honey bees and bumblebees. Includes: birdsfoot trefoil, foxglove, red clover, viper's bugloss & wild marjoram. 

Butterfly Box - a mix designed to attract butterflies. Includes: purple loosestrife, forget-me-not, musk mallow, red campion & yarrow. 

Hedgehog Box - wildflowers provide shelter for hedgehogs and attract insects for them to feed on. Includes: yellow rattle, wild carrot, birdsfoot trefoil, tufted vetch, self heal & poppy.

Bird Box - a selection of plants to help boost the food supply for a range of birds such as goldfinches, blue tits, chaffinches, greenfinches, robins & starlings. Includes: corn marigold, poppy, greater knapweed, sheep sorrel, tufted vetch & wild carrot. 

Beetle Box - a mix designed to attract ladybirds & pollinating beetles. Includes: common knapweed, cornflower, cow parsley, field scabious, foxglove, great burnet & yarrow. 

Bat Box - a mix designed to attract insects that bats feed on. This mix contains flowers with a mixture of long and short pollen tubes in a range of shapes and colours to maximise the number of insects they attract. Includes: borage, cornflower, corn marigold, evening primrose, night-scented stock & wallflower.

Created by conservation scientists, seeds balls have a barrier of dried outer clay that makes the seed inaccessible to predators. Once sufficient water permeates the clay, the seed inside begins to germinate – helped along by the nutrients and minerals contained within the ball. Chilli powder deters slugs and snails while the seed ball slowly degrades and the seeds sprout.

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Seed balls are incredibly easy to use – simply scatter on top of soil or compost (no digging or expertise required!) and nature will do the rest.