Seed Bombs


Eight wildlife friendly seed bombs in a Le Jardin Perdu plantable seed paper box.

  • 8 wildlife friendly seed bombs - simply throw and grow!
  • Plantable packaging, when planted the box will also grow into wildlife friendly flowers
  • Planting instructions in English and French included in the box, printed on plantable seed paper.
  • The perfect eco-friendly gift for wildlife lovers and gardeners
  • Great way to get children interested in gardening and wildlife

The seed bombs and Le Jardin Perdu box are both made from compostable, post consumer waste paper embedded with a beautiful selection of wildlife friendly flower seeds.

The seeds have been carefully chosen to produce flowers which will provide a valuable source of nectar for butterflies, bees and other insects which visit your garden.

The seed bombs and plantable packaging are the perfect, easy way to create a stunning wildlife friendly patch in any garden.



To plant the seed bombs soak each seed bomb thoroughly and throw it onto the soil. The seed bombs do not need to be covered by soil. Keep the seed bombs moist until the seeds have germinated and then water as required.

To grow the Le Jardin Perdu seed box, open the box flat, tear the box into a few pieces, cover with a thin layer of soil and water thoroughly. Keep the soil moist until the paper has germinated and then water as required.

The seeds are high quality non–GMO seeds, included in the flower seed mix are;
Clarkia elegans – flowers June – August
Rudbeckia hirta (Black-eyed Susan) – flowers July – October
Bellis perennis (Daisy) – flowers February – October
Lobularia maritima (Sweet Alyssum) - flowers June – September
Linaria maroccana (Toadflax) – flowers June – August
Silene (Campion) flowers March – November
Gilia – flowers March - September



The seed bombs and Le Jardin Perdu box are made from post consumer waste, which means that they are made from used paper which has been collected from businesses, schools etc and recycled back into paper.
Llower seeds are added to each paper seed bomb,and the paper used to make the box and when planted and tended correctly this eco-friendly paper will compost away leaving behind nothing but beautiful flowers. These flowers will go on to provide vital food for our wildlife.

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