Seedball

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    Created by conservation scientists, Seedball offers a new twist on an ancient technique for increasing seed germination rates - helping to fill our gardens, balconies and window boxes with native wildflowers, bees and butterflies. Native wildflowers are naturally slow to germinate, and as such, loosely scattered seed can often be eaten by ants, birds and mice. Seedball helps to solve this problem by encasing the seed in a protective ball of clay, compost and chilli. A barrier of dried outer clay means that the seed is inaccessible to predators, and once sufficient water permeates the clay, the seed inside will begin to germinate - helped along by the nutrients and minerals contained within the ball. The chilli powder continues to deter slugs and snails while the seed ball slowly degrades and the seeds sprout. Seed balls are incredibly easy to use - simply scatter on top of soil or compost (no digging or expertise required!) and nature will do the rest. 

    Testimonials

    ★★★★★

    I want to thank Rambling Wild for accommodating me from overseas. It’s always hard to find a business that will pick up, assist you and take payment over the phone. I ordered gift for my Aunt, I forget the ladies name but she was a gem !

    Tina Lawson
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    Our dried flowers were so fab, thank you!!

    Lydia Maxwell
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    Just thought I'd let you know that the Nigella dried bouquet arrived just now and my Mum absolutely loves it, it looks so beautiful, so thank you very much!

    Kate Rose
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    Just to let you know that my beautiful bleached wreath arrived this afternoon and I absolutely love it - thank you so much

    Nicole Skippins
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    I ordered a few wreaths and different dried flowers from Rambling Wild and they are just stunning. Mary was amazing at keeping me updated on delivery estimates. Can't thank them enough for their help with my order.

    Janet Pattinson
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    Always a great service from the wonderful team at RW. Beautiful dried bouquets and really interesting gifts and cards.

    Mark Stanton