Starflower - Contains an ancient herb commonly known as Borage, which produces vivid blue edible star shaped flowers loved by bees. Borage is said to gladden the heart.
Pull the pin and throw or drop Seedboms into areas that are in need of brightening up. Seedboms like bare soil, natural light and to be kept damp whilst growing. Full instructions are included on inside of each Seedbom sleeve.
Seedboms will biodegrade into the environment, leaving only plants behind.
Growing Tips -
When watering ensure the Seedbom is gently soaked all the way through, you can tell it’s really soaked when the biobased shell starts to really soften (think of cooked pasta). If your Seedbom is not soaked through there is a good chance it won’t break open effectively.
Seedboms like to be kept damp, try not to let them dry out and don’t over-water and drown the seedlings. A good rule of thumb is damp to the touch but not soaking wet.
Seedboms like to be warm, not too hot, the warmth from the sun is ideal. Too hot and the Seedbom will dry out and there is a danger of the seedlings dying. Too cold and the seeds may not germinate at all.
When choosing the perfect growing site, look for bare open ground with little or no weeds, weeds will compete with the seedlings and stop them from establishing into strong and healthy plants.
Seedboms can also be grown in planters, pots or window boxes. Simply soak as normal and place on top of well drained soil, then split open by hand to allow seedlings to grow out.
P.s. All instructions can be found on the inside of the Seedbom packaging sleeve.
Packaging & Contents
Starched based biodegradable and compostable shell. Organic peat-free compost. Native wildflower / herb seeds. FSC 100% recycled and recyclable glue free paperboard packaging.
How To Use
First shake the seedbom a few times to distribute seeds inside.
Trigger by pulling the pin to remove the seal and submerge in water until fully soaked inside and out.
Throw or drop onto bare ground that is in need of beautification. Make sure the seedbom is split open to allow seedlings to sprout out.