My guest this week is Dr Ana Attlee, co-founder of the company Seedball. The idea for Seedball started to germinate in 2010 when Ana and her fellow PhD student Emily Lambert were looking into ways to successful start wildflowers from seed in order to encourage pollinators. 13 years later, Seedballs are stocked in respectable horticultural establishments all over the country and their range continues to grow with new and exciting seed packages being added all the time.
Dr Ian Bedford’s Bug of the Week: Preparing for Spring
What We Talk About
What is a Seedball?
What different types can you get?
How many seeds are in a ball and what’s the germination rate like?
How many seedballs do you need?
Can you throw them anywhere?
Do you need to water them?
How long are they viable?
How might you reuse the tins?
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