Wildflower seed balls are the easiest way to expand the corridor of wild places.
Simply cast the seed balls out on top of bare soil anytime of year. Germination is triggered by temperature and moisture. The viable seed within the clay balls will wait patiently until their individual requirements are present. Honestly, it's that easy! Native seed will dictate when it's their time to go! In the Western U.S regions, usually mid-fall to early spring.
Smiles will follow!
We are warming up and drying out in California now. Little significant precipitation is in the forecast. If your seed balls have begun to germinate, apply supplemental water daily to encourage a good root structure, which in turn supports bloom and seed production. If you haven't set out your seed balls yet, we suggest you hold on to them until Fall (Thanksgiving), when temps drop and rains return.
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