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SeedBallz Garden Seeds 8/Pack

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seedballz_logo.pngbullet_cream_with_green_checkmark.jpg SeedBallz are a colorful gift for the gardener, with several flower and culinary varieties to choose from

SeedBallz is all about planting. The company manufactures what just might be the smartest seed products on the market. Perfect for both the seasoned green gardener or the beginner who doesn't yet have a completely green thumb, a SeedBallz is a small orb filled with clay, organic fertilizer and seeds. Just plant one in the garden, and a cluster of beautiful flowers will grow in its place. The seeds save time, simplify planting and eliminate the need for toxic fertilizers.
But SeedBallz is not just about planting seeds in the garden; the company is also devoted to planting seeds of self-reliance to individuals with developmental disabilities in the United States. Every SeedBallz ball is hand-rolled by a disabled American who is able to hold a job and earn a fair wage thanks to SeedBallz. The company helps the team of crafters gain independence and self-confidence, while helping everyone have greener, more beautiful yards and gardens.

Traditionally used to keep birds from eating their corn seed, Native Americans would roll the seeds in clay. Seed balls are a method of growing seeds by encasing them in a mixture of clay and compost. This protects the seeds from drying out in the sun, getting eaten by birds, or blowing away in the wind. SeedBallz has reinvented this tradition with a proven formula of all-natural ingredients to create SeedBallz. Each of the ballz is loaded with seeds that germinate inside the ball with watering.

Inspired by soil scientist Masanobu Fukuoka, author of “The One –Straw Revolution”, SeedBallz began mixing a special blend of rich organic humus, a whole packet of seeds and clay to offer the gardener a new way to grow wildflowers and herbs. They then partnered with developmentally disabled workers and created an innovative way to roll and grow clusters of flowers from each round ball. It was a perfect match. They began rolling seedballs in Arizona and it was quickly apparent that it was fun and therapeutic! It didn’t take long for these companies to grow together and blossom into a “Success Story”.

Planting Instructions:

  • DO NOT bury SeedBallz.
  • Do not break up the SeedBallz, they are more successful if they are kept intact.
  • Place in FULL sun.
  • Keep SeedBallz moist until sprouts begin to grow.
  • If placed into pots the flowers will flourish, be smaller in size and floral display time is shorter.

Eight SeedBallz is enough to cover 8-10 square feet, about one square foot per ball. Each ball sprouts many seedlings forming a cluster. Store unused SeedBallz in a cool, dry place; seeds are viable for a minimum of two years. SeedBallz can be planted in containers or in the ground.

Ingredients: Clay, soil, and seeds.
All of the seeds in SeedBallz are non-GMO.

Adults with developmental disabilities prepare and package each ball by hand, right here in the USA.

Each package contains 8 SeedBallz.

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  • Bachelor’s Button #119820-9: An old-fashioned favorite, Bachelor’s Buttons are a delightful cut or dried flower. Your honey bees will love them!
  • Italian Basil #119839-9: We use the delicious leaves for many cooking recipes but did you know this fragrant herb flowers attracts honey bees? With SeedBallz you will enjoy enough for a freezer stocked with pesto.
  • Black Eyed Susan #119823-3: A sunny face in the garden and a favorite to many cutting gardens and border plantings.
  • Calendula (Marigold) #119831-6: Pure sunshine! This edible flower continues blooming for months. This is a traditional cottage garden flower that makes a great romantic addition to any modern garden.
  • Cilantro #119840-7: A chef’s favorite, Cilantro is used in cuisine from around the globe. Cilantro is a gift to any garden offering ornamental, culinary, medicinal, and aromatic allure.
  • Coreopsis #119830-8: This daisy-like flower has a burgundy center surrounded by brilliant yellow petals. It is a water wise flower. The flower heads of Coreopsis provide nectar and pollen to a wide variety of insects.
  • Cosmos #119822-5: Cosmos are one of the best flowers for luring butterflies into your garden. This is a showy flower that produces masses of daisy-like flowers above delicate ferny foliage. The large, single flowers range from white to dark pink, each with a yellow center make fabulous cut flowers, and are perfect for bouquets. Cosmos are one of the best flowers for luring butterflies into your garden.
  • Cucumber #119837-3: Classic cucumber flavor. Easy to grow on trellises, in rows and in containers. This selection is perfect for fresh slicing, thanks to their smooth, straight growth and thin, dark green skin. Sliced in ice cold water with a sprig of mint makes a refreshing drink on a hot summer day.
  • Dill #119848-0: Refreshing and soothing, Dill is delicious in soups and stews, to season fish and a must have for pickling. Dill is very easy to grow in the garden or in containers.
  • Edible Flowers #119827-4: Beautiful flowers, beautify dishes. This choice selection will dazzle you both in your kitchen and in your garden. Use this charming blend of annuals, bi-annuals and perennials to compliment your salads to birthday cakes. Great in borders and in containers.
  • Forgot-Me-Not #119828-2: These are a beautiful blue hue that grows in partial shade. It readily goes to seed and will propagate itself happily. These white and blue faced mounds of flowers look amazing as a ground cover below a rhododendron bush or other shady locations.
  • Herb Mix #119845-6: Includes Italian Basil, Parsley (Triple-Curled), Chives, Cilantro (Coriander Long-Standing). A perfect culinary medley of herbs to season every meal in the summer.
  • Hummingbird/Butterfly Mix #119821-7: Call the hummingbirds and butterflies into your yard with our best-selling collection of flowers. Includes Bachelor's Button, Siberian Wallflower, Shasta Daisy, Plains Coreopsis, Cosmos Sensation Mix, Sulphur Cosmos, Chinese Forget-Me-Not, Larkspur, Purple Coneflower, Blanketflower, Indian Blanket, Alyssum, Corn Poppy, Black-Eyed Susan, Scarlet Sage.
  • Lettuce Mix #119846-4: Try growing your own delicious salad at home. This mix will pop right up in a container on your patio or in a bed in your garden! Includes red & green lettuce seeds.
  • Mesclun Salad #119844-9: Mesclun, or field greens, are a blend of textures, tangy flavors and delicate shapes creating a perfectly balanced and flavorful green salad. Plant these seed balls in succession to ensure a long and bountiful salad season. Includes Spinach, Curly Endive, Kale, Mizuna, Purslane, Red Chicory, Red Oakleaf Lettuce, Arugula and Romaine.
  • Poppy #119818-3: Our stunning Poppy Mix includes both lipstick red and orange poppies. This is a great selection for borders or mass planting in an open area. Just imagine your own field of puppies to run through. Poppies attract bees and are very drought-resistant.
  • Seeds of Hope #119826-6: Pretty in Pink! 15 varieties of pink wildflowers create an all-pink flower garden in “honor of the memory of my sister”, says Garden Basket owner, Alice. How nice that they attract bees and song birds too! Includes English Daisy, Godetia, Clarkia Mix, Cosmos Sensation Mix, Sweet William, Purple Coneflower, Bird’s Eye, Candy tuft, Rose Mallow, Virginia Stock, Shirley poppy Mix, Catchfly
  • Spinach #119832-3: Rich, green and nutrient dense, bright green Spinach is an encouraging sight to see in early spring and is delicious raw or cooked. Sow successively throughout the entire growing season for ready greens.
  • Spring Onions #119833-2: These tall and thin spring onions, also called scallions, are easy to grow. Try growing them nearby the kitchen to snip for your favorite recipe.
  • Sunflowers #119825-8: Sunflower SeedBallz mix is a happy face collection of colors and texture- Five colors, five shapes and five sizes: From the fuzzy faces of the Teddy to the burgundy face of the autumn beauty, all sunflowers smile down at your garden! Includes Autumn Beauty, Velvet Queen, Lemon Queen, Sunspot, Autumn Beauty, and Teddy Bear.
  • Swiss Chard #119847-2: A rainbow of colored stems, the Northern Lights variety of Swiss Chard will brighten up your garden and patio containers with these brilliant colors. This edible leaf is so colorful that it could pass as an ornamental.
  • Tomatoes #119834-0: A combo SeedBall of easy-to-grow Rutgers and Cherry tomatoes offers you the highest yield and best value. The Rutgers is a high yield with great flavor for juicing, canning & slicing, while our Cherry tomato is one of the most popular varieties in the garden.
  • Wildflowers #119819-1: Our Wildflower meadow mix is wildly beautiful! Naturalize your yard and bring in the song birds and friendly insects with this stunning mix of wildflowers. Our Wildflowers mix has 17 flower varieties that continue all summer long to add color and texture easily to your yard. Includes White yarrow, Bachelor Button, Siberian Wallflower, Shasta Daisy, Godetia, Plains Coreopsis, Larkspur, California Poppy, Indian Blanket, Bird's Eye, Blue Flax, Scarlet Flax, Perennial Lupine, Baby Blue Eyes, Evening Primrose, Corn Poppy, California Bluebell, Black-Eyed Susan, Catchfly.


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