Beebombs

Bee Friendly Wildflower Seedballs, designed to #bringthebeesback

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You can help bring the bees back!

Bees and other pollinators are the foundation of our ecosystem. They indirectly provide 70% of the food we eat, making their survival vital to our own.

Bee populations are in rapid decline all over the developed world. Loss of habitat is one of the most recognisable and measurable reasons for this alarming trend; fortunately we have the power to redress this loss.

With your help, we can start to restore lost wildflower habitat and make an important contribution to the biodiversity.

Beebombs are a mix of 18 wildflower species, fine, sifted soil and nourishing clay. Beebombs just need to be scattered onto cleared ground to create a wildflower meadow that will #bringthebeesback

1 pack of Wildflower Beebombs
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1 pack of Wildflower Beebombs
7.99

1000s of seeds from 18 Wildflower species, mixed with protective clay and sifted, nurturing top soil. 1 pack provides coverage for roughly 21 sq ft / 2m².

Dispatched same or next day. Free delivery within 5 -7 working days.. 

Beebombs use only sustainable packaging. No 'one use plastics' used. 

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5 packs of Wildflower Beebombs
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5 packs of Wildflower Beebombs
24.99

5 packs of handmade, Wildflower Beebombs. A mix of 18 wildflower species, enough to create 105 sq ft / 9.75 m² of wildflower meadow. 

Dispatched same or next day. Free delivery within 5 - 7 working days. 

Beebombs use only sustainable packaging. No 'one use plastics' used. 

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10 packs of Wildflower Beebombs
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10 packs of Wildflower Beebombs
39.99

10 packs of handmade, Wildflower Beebombs. A mix of 18 wildflower species, enough to create 210 sq ft, / 19.5m² of wildflower meadow. 

Dispatched same or next day. Free delivery within 5-7 working days.

Beebombs use only sustainable packaging. No 'one use plastics' used. 

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What are Beebombs?

Beebombs are handmade wildflower seedballs. Seedballs have been used for 1000s of years as an easier way to grow from seed.

We make them from sheltering clay and sifted top soil, packed with 1000s of seeds from bee friendly wildflower species, all designed to #bringthebeesback. 

The clay protects the seed whilst it germinates, so Beebombs need no gardening skill and can be scattered straight onto cleared ground at any time of the year. Just make sure they get lots of water, sun and time. Your beautiful wildflowers will create the perfect bee-friendly habitat.  

Each pack contains thousands of seeds from 18 species of bee-friendly wildflower.

Each pack contains thousands of seeds from 18 species of bee-friendly wildflower.

A happy customer’s beautiful floral Beebomb display

A happy customer’s beautiful floral Beebomb display

Beebomb sprouting. Make sure they get a lot of water

Beebomb sprouting. Make sure they get a lot of water

Perfect year round gifts. Native Wildflower Seedballs to help #bringthebeesback

Perfect year round gifts. Native Wildflower Seedballs to help #bringthebeesback

How to scatter your Beebombs

Our Wildflower Beebombs need no gardening skill, no tilling or sowing in the traditional sense. The seeds are combined with nurturing sifted soil and sheltering clay to protect them from predators.

Just throw your Beebombs onto cleared soil, give them plenty of water and await the blossom of colour and the return of native bee and butterfly species. 

Beebombs can be scattered at anytime of year but Autumn and Spring are optimum. 

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Very impressed with the packaging and the idea of this product. I bought them as a gift for someone and they are over the moon with them.
— Sue B
We’ve had amazing flowers all summer and still had some in November. They were so easy to grow and such a wonderful idea.
— Jill R

Who's behind

Beebombs? 

Ben Davidson; maker, picker, packer and dispatcher of Beebombs. Taken on the farm next to Beebomb lab with my daughter Emily.

Ben Davidson; maker, picker, packer and dispatcher of Beebombs. Taken on the farm next to Beebomb lab with my daughter Emily.

Beebombs founder Ben was born in Dorset, Southern England. After many years abroad and in the hustle of London, he returned to bring up his daughter where the rolling green hills meet the sandy beaches of Dorset. 

After learning of the tragic decline of bee and butterfly habitat across the industrialised world, he wanted to find a way to help restore the lost meadows and wildflower habitats. 

Driven by his love of nature and his memories of a childhood spent exploring the diverse landscapes of Dorset, Ben has gathered a small team of dedicated and like-minded people

Our seed bombs are handcrafted, quality products that are made by combining work and dedication with passion.

You can contact Ben directly via the contact page