Cut Flower Bouquet
Grow a Cut Flower Bouquet!
We all love having fresh flowers on display, so why not save the weekly trip to the market and grow em yourself!
To grow your own lovely bouquet, simply place the seed bomb on top of a soil-filled planter or in your garden. Water heavily or soak bomb in a jar of water for a few hours, then dump contents into the planter or garden. Voila! beautiful flowers ready to be displayed in your beautiful home.
Visit the Seed Bomb info page for more information and the specific flower seeds included in this Seed Bomb
This listing is for 1 Cut Flower Bouquet Seed Bomb which is wrapped in beautiful paper and colourful tissue and set inside a giftbox. Instructions are on the back of the box.
Grow a Little Indoor Garden for Your Cat!
Let's face it, cats can be jerks sometimes. Millions of songbirds die every year because of kitties hunting instincts! (no shade kitty) The best way you can help is by keeping kitty inside and growing them their own garden to keep them happy!
To grow your Happy Cat Seed Bomb, simply place on top of a soil filled planter. Water heavily or soak bomb in a jar of water for a few hours, then dump contents into the planter. Some of these plants are bossy, so please plant in an indoor planter and not in your outdoor garden, unless you are ok with these plants taking over.
PSA: Always double check sprouts before letting your cat chew on them as soil may have pre-existing non-edible seeds in it
This listing is for 1 Happy Cat Seed Bomb which is wrapped in beautiful paper and colourful tissue and set inside a giftbox. Instructions are on the back of each box.
Throw and Grow this Garden Bomb anywhere you want to grow flowers that help the bees! Or plant this Garden Bomb and water generously until the clay layer dissolves and your seedlings take hold. We all know how important bees are to all growing things, so the more flowers that are out there for them, the better!
This listing is for 1 Bee Garden Bomb which is wrapped in beautiful paper and colourful tissue and set inside a giftbox. Inside is also an instruction sheet.
This listing is for 1 Salad Garden Bomb which is wrapped in beautiful paper and colourful tissue and set inside a giftbox. Inside is also an instruction sheet.
SongbirdThrow and Grow this garden bomb anywhere you want to grow flowers that attract wild songbirds! Or plant this Garden Bomb and water generously until the clay layer dissolves and your seedlings take hold.
This listing is for 1 Songbird Garden Bomb which is wrapped in beautiful paper and colourful tissue and set inside a giftbox. Inside is also an instruction sheet.
The idea of a Garden Bomb is to encourage the growth of beneficial plants, when conditions are ideal, so when you see an area you would like to naturalize, you throw a Garden Bomb. The rain will eventually melt away the clay, and nutrient rich compost and soil are right there ready to nurture the seeds within as they grow.
Coating the seed-and-compost-bundles in clay helps to weigh them down, preventing critters from eating the seeds. The heavier clay balls also stop the wind from moving seeds around. This was helpful in the days where growing things meant eating or not eating.
You can also plant a Garden Bomb into a pot or directly into your garden bed, just be sure to water generously at first, and when you see the seedlings start to come up, gently space them out as needed once their second set of leaves emerge.
Seed Bombs also have a great "Guerilla Gardening" history too, in the 70's and 80's eco-activists would prepare seed bombs and pitch them into areas that needed "greenification".
I wanted to create a product that helped my brand go full circle when it comes to supporting the critters that visits our backyards. Charlotte's Birdseed Feeders help birds make it through the winter when food sources are scarce, Anti-Collision Window Clings help protect birds from fatal window strikes during spring and fall migration, and now Garden Bombs help grow the flowers and plants that attract and feed birds and all kinds of pollinators, or your own dinner plate as with the salad Bomb.
Charlotte’s Birdseed started just after Laura and Cam Meuckon’s wedding in 2010. Laura made all-natural birdseed ornaments for their wedding favours, and fell in love with the idea of creating something good for nature, that looked lovely too. More than ten years later and Charlotte’s Birdseed is still at it and adding more to the little business bit by bit. The solid birdfeeders are like hard granola bar treats for birds. The entire feeder is consumable, even the natural twines and yarns used to hang them up can be left outside once the seed is eaten - it will be used for nesting material in spring!
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