Seed Bombs - Red Poppy - Tree Gifts NZ

Seed Bombs - Red Poppy

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No green thumb needed and no need to "plant"  just toss them out there at random and mother nature will break them down, ready to do their magic!

Seed Bombs can be  thrown into the garden early spring through late autumn, for quick germination. However, they can be thrown all year round as seeds will stay dormant until the temperature is warm enough to germinate.

 

Price stated per unit is for one bag of 6 Seed Bombs - please see the description below.

This product is only available for adding onto an existing gift box and is not available for individual purchase at this time.


No green thumb needed and no need to "plant"  just toss them out there at random and mother nature will break them down, ready to do their magic!

Seed Bombs can be  thrown into the garden early spring through late autumn, for quick germination. However, they can be thrown all year round as seeds will stay dormant until the temperature is warm enough to germinate.

 

Price stated per unit is for one bag of 6 Seed Bombs - please see the description below.

This product is only available for adding onto an existing gift box and is not available for individual purchase at this time.


Seed Bombs - Red Poppy:

  • Each muslin bag contains 6 seed bombs to throw and grow
  • Seed Blend:¬†Red Poppy (Flanders fields)
     
Seed mixes were produced in association with Steve Wratten, Professor Bio-Protection Research Centre at Lincoln University and Ruud Kleinpaste.


This product is only available for adding onto an existing gift box and is not available for individual purchase at this time.

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m.b.
Great!

Order arrived so quickly, can't wait to see how they grow!

J
J.
Birthday Gift for a special Aunt

My aunt was very pleased with her seed bomb red poppies - thank you :)

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