Frequently Asked Questions

What types of seeds are in each seed bomb?

Our Wildflower Seed Bombs are filled with a complementing variety of 2-5 colourful flower seeds that will brighten up any garden or pot. 

Flower varieties found in our Wildflower collection include: 

Butterfly Attraction - Cornflowers, Silene, Poppy, and green manure alfalfa seeds.

Blooming Wildflowers - Field Poppy, Corn Marigolds, Cornflower and Corncockle. 

Feast for Bees - Poppy, Cornflower, Dill, Flax and Coriander seeds.

Hello Daisy Meadow - Australian native everlasting daisy seeds.

What Exactly Are Seed Bombs?

Seed bombs are small clusters made of compost, clay and wildflower seeds. 

Seeds will stay dormant in the bomb until the conditions are right for healthy germination. Rain will slowly disintegrate the bomb, leaving cute little seedlings ready for life as a big beautiful flower.

How to use Seed Bombs?

Growing wildflowers in our seed bombs is easy as, Plant, Water, and watch the flowers Flourish

It’s always best to place seed bombs in a soiled area with limited debris preventing the seedlings from finding sturdy ground.  Water the seed bomb for the first 7 days to make sure the seedlings don’t dry out. After the seedlings are about 5cm tall, you can reduce watering them to only when they need to drink so they become conditioned to the natural environment.

Flowers will bloom anywhere between 1-3 months after planting. 

Where do the seedball ingredients come from?

We hand roll each ball in Stratford, Victoria. We source all our ingredients locally to Gippsland.