Regional Wildflower Seed Bombs

$7.00

  • Practice random acts of gardening with these seed bombs! Five gumball-sized balls are packed into each muslin pouch, ready for gift-giving. This variety helps support a sustainable wildlife habitat in your backyard for birds, butterflies, bees, and small mammals. Each variety grows hardy native and naturalized wildflowers that will attract birds, bees and butterflied to your garden. Please choose the regional variety best suited to your location.

  • Dimensions: approx. 3 x 4.5 inches 

    Weight: approx. 1-2 oz. 

    Seed bombs can be planted in the Spring, Summer and early Fall. Just throw and grow! The ball will break up on impact with the ground, and rain will further disintegrate it. The red clay and worm castings in the seed bombs enrich the soil around the seeds, helping your wildflowers grow. You can purchase this item during the Fall and Winter months; just remember to keep the seed bombs cool, dark and dry until all danger of frost has passed in the Spring, and then throw them as usual. 

    East Coast seeds: wild larkspur, perennial lupine, wild annual sunflower,baby blue eyes, baby’s breath, black eyed Susan, blue flax, California poppy, cornflower, gloriosa daisy, lance-leaf coreopsis, Mexican hat, none-so pretty, perennial gaillardia, plains coreopsis, purple coneflower, red poppy, rose mallow, scarlet flax, shasta daisy, Siberian wallflower, sulphur cosmos, sweet William, wild cosmos

    Southeast seeds: Texas bluebonnet, scarlet sage, Drummond phlox, baby’s breath, black-eyed Susan, blue flax, California poppy, Chinese forget-me-not, dense blazing star, evening primrose, gloriosa daisy, Indian blanket, lance-leaf coreopsis, plains coreopsis, purple coneflower, red poppy, rose mallow, scarlet flax, Siberian wallflower, standing cypress, wild cosmos, wild lupine, wild sweet alyssum, wild sweet William 

    Midwest seeds: prairie aster, cornflower, Indian blanket, upland white aster, Siberian wallflower, shasta daisy, lance-leaf coreopsis, plains coreopsis, sulphur cosmos, wild cosmos, sweet William, purple coneflower, California poppy, perennial gaillardia, baby's breath, wild annual sunflower, dwarf sunflower, candytuft, blue flax, scarlet flax, perennial lupine, Russell lupine, baby blue eyes, evening primrose, red poppy, Mexican hat, prairie coneflower, black-eyed Susan, gloriosa daisy, sweet coneflower 

    Southwest seeds: California poppy, Indian blanket, prairie coneflower, baby blue eyes, baby’s breath, black-eyed Susan, blue flax, candytuft, African daisy, annual “Arroyo” lupine, baby blue eyes, baby’s breath, baby snapdragon, blue flax, Chinese houses, cornflower, Drummond phlox, farewell-to-spring, garland chrysanthemum, gloriosa daisy, godetia, lance-leaf coreopsis, none-so-pretty, plains coreopsis, purple coneflower, red poppy, scarlet flax, Siberian wallflower, sulphur cosmos, wild cosmos 

    West Coast seeds: California poppy, shasta daisy, Rocky Mountain penstemon, cornflower, Siberian wallflower, garland chrysanthemum, farewell-to-spring, plains coreopsis, sulphur cosmos, wild cosmos, african daisy, sweet william, blanket flower, baby's breath, tidy tips, mountain phlox, blue flax, sweet alyssum, annual lupine, lemon mint, red poppy, desert bluebell, Mexican hat, gloriosa daisy, none-so-pretty, prairie coneflower, black-eyed Susan 

    Northwest seeds: mountain phlox, annual lupine, baby blue eyes, baby’s breath, baby snapdragon, black-eyed Susan, blue flax, California poppy, candytuft, Chinese houses, cornflower, evening primrose, farewell-to-spring, foxglove, godetia, lance-leaf coreopsis, none-so-pretty, plains coreopsis, perennial gaillardia, red poppy, rocket larkspur, scarlet flax, shasta daisy, Siberian wallflower, sweet alyssum, sweet William, white yarrow, wild columbine

Related products