GN SBallBU

GN SBallBU

GN SBallBU

Creating the proper environment for butterflies requires a careful selection of native wildflower seeds. Our exquisite selection of wildflower seeds, specifically recommended by the Butterfly Conservation Association contains a complex mix of flowering plants for early and late summer bloomingYarrow, Achillea millefolium Perennial. Flowers June AugustRed campion, Silene dioica Perennial. Flowers May JuneForget me not, Myosotis arvensis Annual. Flowers April OctoberPurple loosestrife, Lythrum salicaria Perennial. Flowers June AugustMusk mallow, Malva moschata Perennial. Flowers June AugustEach tin is provided with at least 20 seed ballsEach seed ball contains a combination of 150 butterfly mix seeds. The recommended season to plant the seeds is spring or autumnThe seeds included in this package are offered by Flora Locale, an accredited UK seeds supplier. The compost is peat free and natural, and even our steel tins are produced in London in compliance with environmentally friendly requirements.nbspSEEDBALL is an activity featured by project MAYA, a non profit eco social enterprise that strives to promote environmental sustainability according to the green principles of permaculture.Seed balls are actually a very proficient permaculture strategy for growing seed faster, better and more effectively. SEEDBALL have applied this technique to make wildflower seed balls, as growing wildflowers from seed can be super challenging! Growing wildflowers is not as easy as it seems, and this is why SEEDBALL uses a unique technique to produce wildflower seed balls. In a world where everything has become artificial and affected by chemicals and enhancers, Seebball launches a revolutionary idea that will help everyone enjoy the treu beuaty of wild nature, with native wildflowers, colorful butterflies and honey bees!nbspEach seed ball contains a mini ecosystem that will generalte countless wildflowers. The wildflower seeds are combined with three key ingredients clay peat free compost a bit of chili powderEverything is rolled into a small ball. Each ball is approximately 1cm in diameter, so it is a child's play just to scatter them around. The dried clay is meant to prevent common seed consumers to distroy your seeds such as ants, mice and birds. Rain will eventually permeate the clay, allowing the seeds to begin the germination process generously sustained by other nutrients and minerals contained within the balls. The chili powder is meant keep predators away from the seed ball, while it slowly degrades and the seeds sprout.Seed balls are effective and will produce native wildflowers on most types of soils as long as the type of seed used is suited to that environment. However, they work particularily well in dry areas where rainfall is highly unpredictable and in severely degraded land. Seed balls have a long and interesting history, from ancient Chinese civilisations to Native American tribes! More recently, seed balls were promoted by the Japanese natural farming innovator Masanobu Fukuoka. Fukuoka proved that two people working just a few weeks a year can generate high crop yields without the need for plowing, weeding, or the application of pesticides and fertiliser.Although in UK the use of seed balls is in incipient phase, they are already used in other parts of the world with exceptional results forecological restoration projects, such as the Rainmaker Project in Kenyare greening urban areasurban gardening sometimes in very unusual places!.nbsp

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