The best thing to help bees survive, is to try to limit the destruction of bee habitats, It beats that the tiny seedeggs that gets stuck all over your garden and turn any bare green space into a colorful flower patch, a paradise for bees, butterflies and many other useful insects, any day!
The seedegg can be dropped in an empty lot, empty planter, or any place with dirt. The eggs germinate after the rains, sprouting beautiful flowers in previously uninhabited places.
We're giving the bees a hand by planting flowers, trees and bushes that will make these trips easier, and provide all the nectar they need to create a thriving, healthy, productive hive.
This is how you bring your seedegg to life
Just "throw" the seedegg(s) to the soil or place them in your garden, in an empty flower pot with soil or in your flower bed. Cover slightly with soil and wait for the next rains to come. The seedeggs germinate after the rain. A few days later you will see the first small plants germinating. Any bare green space will turn into a colorful flower patch, a paradise for bees, butterflies and many other useful insects.
Dirty hands are a thing of the past. This is a fun and easy little project that you and all your little nature's friends will love.
Details for resellers
seedegg in the small package (1 pc. in quail-egg-size)
- minimum quantity: 30 packages per box
- unit dimensions: ca. 11.5 x 6.3 cm; ca. 12 g
seedegg in the quail egg carton packaging (6 pcs. in quail-egg-size)
- minimum quantity: 30 egg cartons per box
- unit dimensions: ca. 9.5 x 6.5 x 5.5 cm; ca. 55 g
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Shelf life & storage
- at least 2 years when stored in a dry place