Seedball tin, Sky Meadow
Sky Meadow is a selection of beautiful blue-flowering native wildflowers which are also hugely beneficial to bees and butterflies.
The wildflower seeds are rolled into little balls with clay, compost and chilli powder (to deter predators). The seed balls can then be scattered on soil or compost to grow beautiful wildflowers.
Seedball tins make perfect gifts for lovers of nature and wildlife.
Sky Meadow includes forget-me-not, meadow cranesbill, cornflower, selfheal and wild clary; a combination of early and late flowering plants.
Created by conservation scientists, Seedball tins offer a new twist on an ancient technique for seed propagation - helping to fill our gardens, balconies and window boxes with native wildflowers, bees and butterflies.
No need to plant, just scatter seed balls on a bare patch of soil and the ball will provide all the care and attention a seed needs.
The dried clay acts as a protective casing from common seed predators (such as ants, mice and birds). When sufficient rain permeates the clay, the seeds inside begin to germinate - helped along by the nutrients and minerals contained within the ball. The chilli powder continues to deter predators while the seed ball slowly degrades and the seeds sprout.
- Sky Meadow blue wildflower mix: forget-me-not, meadow cranesbill, cornflower, selfheal and wild clary.
- Clay ball (plus added chilli) naturally protects seed from predators, such as ants, birds and slugs.
- Easy to use - no need to 'plant', just scatter on top of soil or compost. Ideal for garden beds and planting pots.
- Each tin contains 20 seed balls. Each seed ball contains approximately 100 blue-flowering wildflower seeds.
- For best results, scatter in the spring or autumn.
For further information, read the Gardening with seedballs FAQ.
Our seed balls are handmade in London by Project Maya, a cutting-edge sustainability project founded by scientists.
The lovely people behind Project Maya are passionate about urban wildflowers, pollinators, urban sustainability and using locally-produced materials.
Their goal is to build a global network of permaculture reserves where people and planet are in harmony. You can read more about their work and vision on the Project Maya website.
Seedball tin packaging is manufactured by the last tin maker in London.
Standard delivery - £2.95
We aim to dispatch all orders received by 1pm the same day (for orders placed Monday to Friday). Orders placed on weekends and bank holidays will not usually be processed until the following working day. We anticipate that your order will arrive within three to five days of dispatch, but usually sooner.