Pollinator Seed Balls Recipe
Pollinators-bees, butterflies and hummingbirds, as well as other flying critters, play a crucial role to our food supply and ecological survival. This activity is a fun way to help our pollinator friends find a food source, as well as allow them to do their work of transferring pollen grains from one flower to another.
Two Cups Potting Soil
One-Cup Dry Clay (Powered Red Pottery Clay)
Cookie Sheet and wax paper for drying see balls
Pollinator Friendly Seeds
Mix soil and clay well. Add water slowly until you mix is shapeable. Roll into balls and insert seeds if large (like sunflowers), or create pocket and insert seeds, and then close. Roll into meatball form and place onto wax paper lined cookie sheet. Allow to dry for one to two days.
Drop seed balls onto patches of dirt where you want them to grow !
Check with your local garden store, many are delivering. Or you can order the supplies to make seed balls online:
Pollinator Seeds: Click Here
Learn more in the Plant For The Pollinators Video
4/24/2020 11:03:42 am
This is a great project to do with kids! Thanks fo sharing.
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