Seedsticks – Grow your own Wildflowers and Herbs
Bring the joy of gardening to children with this unique seed stick kit.
Are you looking for a fun and educational gift for kids? Look no further than Seedsticks! These little packets of wildflowers or herbs are perfect for party favours or getting kids started on their own gardening projects. Each pack contains an assortment of easy-to-grow plants that will provide hours of enjoyment.
With the Wild Flower pack, kids can plant and grow their own black-eyed Susans, cornflowers and field poppies. Or, with the Mixed Herb pack, they can grow and harvest their own basil, chives and rocket. Either way, they’ll love watching their plants grow and mature. Seedsticks make the perfect gift for any occasion!
The perfect gift for every little budding gardener, these flowers and herbs are easy to grow and make a great party favour.
One pack supplied.
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Pack of ten easy plant seed sticks. Each pack contains an assortment of either wildflowers or herbs that are easy to plant and maintain. Simply place the Seedsticks® in the soil, give it a little water, and then watch your garden grow!
Wild Flower pack includes a mix of black-eyed susans, cornflowers and field poppies, whilst the Mixed Herb pack includes basil, chives and rocket.
- Quick-plant Seedsticks®
- Pack of ten
- Simply tear off and stick into soil
- Wild Flower and Mixed Herb varieties