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Delayed shipping but everything is great- fair number of clay balls in the bag. I can’t wait to be surprised this summer or next year!

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Wildflower Seedles
Sandy (Burke, United States)
Good so far

I planted a mixture of Northeast Wildflower, Hummingbird and California Poppy on April 11th, as of May 25 I’d say 90% have germinated, have greenery and are up over 6” tall. They are still in clumps, will wait til they’re further along and may separate to give their roots more room. Still early in the season for flowers, but optimistic. Very easy to plant, just keep moist in the early growing stages.

Only one single ball even sprouted one short flower.

Hi Sage,

I’m so sorry the Seedles didn’t work out for you. We’ve sent you a full replacement, as well as additional care instructions. Most of the time we have noticed Seedles do not grow as well because they dry out, or are watered less frequently than needed. Trust that if you water daily (twice daily in dry areas), they will grow into beautiful blooms. I've seen nasturtiums from our Edible Flower Seedles spread out and cover 40 square feet of a backyard. The blooms are delicious, the leaves can be made into a pesto. The nature of wildflowers is they need anywhere from 3 to 27 days to germinate, which is longer than most people expect. Given we provide perennial and annual wildflowers in our native wildflower mix, many of our wildflowers will provide color and blooms year after year once they are established.

Planted according to directions. Never sprouted.

Hey Ron, thank you for letting us know about your Seedles journey. Sometimes even if we follow instructions it just does not work out the way it's supposed to be and I apologize for that and I want to make things right, by that we are sending you a full replacement, as well as additional care instructions.

Most of the time we have noticed Seedles do not grow as well because they dry out, or are watered less frequently than needed. Trust that if you water daily (twice daily in dry areas), they will grow into beautiful blooms. The nature of wildflowers is that some take up to 3-27 days to germinate, which is longer than most people expect, but once they are established they provide color and blooms for years to come.

Did not grow😔

Hi Laurie, thanks for letting us know about your purchase. If they are still in-tact, I would think they are not getting enough water. The outside coating on the Seedles protect the seeds from the elements and the birds until they get water and they are ready to grow. They will also remain dormant until they are sufficiently watered and outside temperatures have warmed enough for germination. What has the temperature been like?

I hope this additional info helps, please keep me posted - Charles

I put them in my flower bed and not one of them came up.😢

Hi Karen, thanks for letting me know about your purchase. If they are still in-tact, I would think they are not getting enough water. The outside coating on the Seedles protect the seeds from the elements and the birds until they get water and they are ready to grow. They will also remain dormant until they are sufficiently watered and outside temperatures have warmed enough for germination. What has the temperature been like?

I hope this additional info helps, please keep me posted!

The whole family received these in their stockings. They are excited to plant them!

Fun idea. Can’t wait for Spring!

Ordered these for my granddaughter - she loves the butterflies so I am hoping these flowers will attract the butterflies.

Ready for spring planting season now!

Can’t wait for spring!

Terrible! I planted just as instructed, in good soil, and NOT ONE flower grew.

I’ll let you know in spring!

I haven’t planted them yet! I’ll let you know next spring.

Haven’t tried them yet, but I’m very interested. Going to use them as stocking stuffers this year. 

Great idea sooo convenient to plant

Totally did not grow.

One other thing....seedles were small, was expecting egg size. (How many seeds in each one?)

I love this product. The burst of color and plant variety is spectacular! You must have patience they take a while to acclimate to your climate, but when you see that first hummingbird buzz into the flower, you know it was all worthwhile!

I purchased three 9 packs. Out of the 27 only 11 came up. I watered and planted exactly as instructed. The company has good meaning and intentions but the product is sub par.

Seems like a good idea but I ordered the wrong coast so not sure if the little balls will work

Fun and cute! I gifted a package and kept one for myself. Can’t wait for the flowers to sprout.

Such a fun cute way to get wild flowers into our yard.

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Wildflower Seedles
Ilyssa Silfen (Staten Island, United States)
Love these!

I absolutely adore these seed balls. They're easy to plant, and they provide lots of lovely native flowers. Would definitely get them again!

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Wildflower Seedles
Robert Andrews
Seedles are Love

My wildflower garden deck box was such a hit last year that now I’ve planted Seedles at two homes of friends and am converting an old raised vegtable garden to wildflowers. The bees and hummingbirds are very happy.