butterfly mix £9.99
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Buy Seed bombs - butterfly: With no planting required, these seed bombs make the perfect gift for any gardening beginner. This butterfly mix contains more than 25 different types of seed that butterflies will find irresistible. <br><br>A beautiful mixture of colours and flowers, including forget-me-nots, chamomile and poppies, butterfly delight seed bombs will transform any garden bed.</p><br><ul><li>Each seed bomb consists of seeds, soil and clay</li><li>8-10 hand-rolled seed bombs per bag</li><li>Comes in a stylish linen bag</li><li>Just scatter the bombs over soil, no need to plant and no need to use fertiliser</li><li>If stored in a cool and dry place, these bombs can be used for over a year</li><li>Clay and soil mix prevents seeds from being washed away in the rain</li><li>Can be used in garden beds, window boxes and flower pots</li><li>Sow: March to June</li><li>Flowering months: May to October</li></ul></p><br>

With no planting required, these seed bombs make the perfect gift for any gardening beginner. This butterfly mix contains more than 25 different types of seed that butterflies will find irresistible.

A beautiful mixture of colours and flowers, including forget-me-nots, chamomile and poppies, butterfly delight seed bombs will transform any garden bed.


  • Each seed bomb consists of seeds, soil and clay
  • 8-10 hand-rolled seed bombs per bag
  • Comes in a stylish linen bag
  • Just scatter the bombs over soil, no need to plant and no need to use fertiliser
  • If stored in a cool and dry place, these bombs can be used for over a year
  • Clay and soil mix prevents seeds from being washed away in the rain
  • Can be used in garden beds, window boxes and flower pots
  • Sow: March to June
  • Flowering months: May to October


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