40 Herbal Tea Seed Balls
Four varieties of herbal tea are sure to contribute to your gardening fun and success. German Chamomile, Peppermint, Lemon Balm, and Wild Bergamot seed balls will take one of the crucial mystery and challenge about growing these delightful teas! 10 seed balls of each and every is enough for a successful modestly sized garden or windowsill! Seed balls are approximately 1/2″ in diameter each and every.
We recommend that Lemon Balm and Peppermint be grown in a container, because they are able to spread.
All seeds are non-GMO.
About our Seed-Balls
Our seed balls make gardening fun and simple for beginning gardeners. We carefully roll premium vegetable seeds in an expertly engineered blend of composts and minerals that provides safety and nutrition for growing seeds and seedlings.
The varieties of garden vegetables that we have got selected are known for vigorous growth and reliable delicious crops. Our Seed-Ball garden vegetables include Basil, Broccoli, Red Cabbage, Cilantro, Dill, Kale, Lettuce, Parsley, Pumpkins, Radishes, Spinach, Tomatoes, and many more. We also offer all kinds of Sunflowers and US native wildflowers.
Gently press seed balls halfway into the surface of bare soil. Keep moist until seedlings have no less than 4 leaves, then water when the soil is dry before the plant wilts. Seed balls can take a little longer than bare seeds to germinate. Warm damp but not wet conditions help speed germination along.
We are a green agri-business in Central Pennsylvania and make our own seed balls with great care. If you don’t seem to be satisfied with your seed balls, contact us for a refund or replacement. We would like you to grow!
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Seed Balls help keep planting your vegetable garden simple.
40 seed balls of 4 different teas, carefully selected varieties for the beginning gardener.
More seeds and proprietary no-heat drying process ensures germination. Guaranteed!
Seed Balls are a good way to introduce children to gardening- they’re fun and manageable.
Just press lightly into bare soil and keep moist until seedlings are established.