Holiday Gift Guide: Seedles Wildflower Seedballs

Holiday Gift Guide: Seedles Wildflower Seedballs

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Holiday Gift Guide: Seedles Wildflower Seedballs

I received some complimentary products from Seedles in exchange for placement in my gift guide and my honest review. While I can’t review them just yet and will have to write an updated review in the spring, I am excited to tell you about this fun and easy way to plant wildflowers in your yard. We have a little hill next to our house that leads up to an open space that I have been thinking of planting some wildflowers on, so I was really excited about the idea of planting wildflowers with seedballs. What exactly are wildflower seedballs?

Holiday Gift Guide: Seedles Wildflower Seedballs

Seedles wildflower seedballs are colorful balls of seed, compost, and clay. The seeds are about 50% annuals that will only bloom the first year, and about 50% are perennials and will continue to bloom year after year.

All you have to do is throw them on the ground and let the water and rain do the heavy lifting, then beautiful wildflowers will grow. Now, here in Colorado it’s quite dry so I suspect that I may have to help in the water department, but I guess we’ll see in the spring!

Holiday Gift Guide: Seedles Wildflower Seedballs
photo credit: http://growtherainbow.com

Aren’t they cute? The mission of Seedles is to help bring back the bees by giving them wildflowers to pollinate so they can thrive.

Holiday Gift Guide: Seedles Wildflower Seedballs
photo credit: http://growtherainbow.com

To purchase Seedles, choose the region where you live to be sure you are getting non-invasive flowers that are native to your region. All of Seedles’ wildflower seed species are non-GMO purchased by reputable distributors and the colors are made with earth-based, non-toxic biodegradable dyes.

So for a really fun stocking stuffer or Easter basket filler, Seedles wildflower seedballs make a great gift! In addition to wildflowers, they also have thyme bombs, honeycomb soap, and California poppy seedballs. Seedles are available for purchase directly from their website

The Anti-June Cleaver's Holiday & Birthday Gift Guide 2015

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