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Kabloom: Omar, the Bees & Me Seedbom

£4.50
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Limited Edition ‘Omar the Bees and Me’ Seedbom containing a positively buzzing mix of wildflower seeds that will grow into bright and beautiful nectar-rich flowers loved by bumblebees and honey bees.

Omar, The Bees and Me: A sustainability story about making little wins for our big planet and finding the things that connect us all. This inclusive book encourages children to look after nature in local communities by creating ‘bee corridors’.

When Omar brings in some honey cake that reminds him of his beekeeping grandpa, it gives his teacher an idea and soon the whole class is absorbed in making their town more bee-friendly. Omar and Maisie discover a shared family passion around bees as their friendship blossoms alongside the flowers.  A sustainability story about making little wins for our big planet and finding the things that connect us all.

Interested in the book? The book and Seedboms are also available as a set here.

Seed mix* – Cornflower, Vipers Bugloss, Wild Marjoram, Red Clover, Borage & Phacelia.

*(Contains only species found on the RHS Plants for Pollinators list)

Pull the pin and throw or drop Seedboms into areas that are in need of brightening up. Seedboms like bare soil, natural light and to be kept damp whilst growing. Full instructions are included on the inside of each Seedbom sleeve.

Seedboms will biodegrade into the environment, leaving only plants behind.

For more details head on over to ‘How they work‘.

For best results use within 1 year of purchase. 

An Owlet Press & Kabloom collaboration.

Weight - 25 g
Size - 50 × 50 × 80 mm

THROW TO GROW THIS YEAR: MARCH, APRIL, MAY, JUNE 

THROW TO GROW NEXT YEAR: AUGUST, SEPTEMBER, OCTOBER

Weight - 25 g
Size - 50 × 50 × 80 mm

First shake the seedbom a few times to distribute seeds inside.

Trigger by pulling the pin to remove the seal and submerge in water until fully soaked inside and out.

Throw or drop onto bare open ground that’s in need of beautification. IMPORTANT: Make sure it's split open to allow seedlings to sprout out!