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Expand the corridors of wild places with native wildflower seed balls
to support birds, butterflies, bees, and other beneficial insects.
Clay protects the seed
Compost provides nutrients
Simply scatter on top of soil (late fall to early spring is best)
Let nature do the rest
In the western states, we are warming up and drying out now.
While this year's spectacular wildflower show is still fresh on our minds,
it's a good time to begin plans for fall seeding.
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