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Back to nature

£18.00

We initially came across these beautiful tins in our search for some forget-me-not seeds for our “sorry for your loss” box.  We loved them so much we decided they warranted having a box all to themselves. Seedballs will appeal to wildlife lovers, non-expert gardeners and children.  They are incredibly simple to use – just scatter on a bare patch of soil and the ball will provide all the care and attention a seed needs.

These products are 100% UK made. The tin packaging comes from the last tin can maker in London whose factory is powered with the help of a solar farm on their roof.  All imperfect seedballs are donated to schools or community projects. Seedball hands all profits to parent company Project Maya Community Interest Company, an eco-social enterprise working to build a global network of conservation and sustainability reserves.

This box contains:

Sky Meadow – an all blue wildflower mix perfect for bees and butterflies (forget-me-nots, meadow cranesbill, cornflower, selfheal and wild clary)

Cloud Meadow – white-flowering native wildflowers (white clover, white campion, oxeye daisy, meadowsweet, yarrow)

This box also includes a charming little book of poems about gardens with an introduction by Monty Don.

Your message will be printed as a letter on A5 textured writing paper. You can just write a short message but please feel free to make use of the letter to write more if you so wish
*Please ensure you are happy with your message before clicking on the button below. The message cannot be changed once added to the basket.

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