Win a Seedball bundle and help boost Scotland’s bee population

Since WWII, the UK has lost 97% of its wildflower habitats. But you can do your bit to help grow a brighter future.

By planting organic seed balls or wildflower seeds, you can help to reintroduce some of our native species, create a refuge for wildlife and help boost the UK’s threatened bee and butterfly population.

We’ve teamed up with Seedball to offer you the chance to win a set of three Limited Edition Seedball tins containing Oxeye Daisy, Cornflower and Poppy AND a bulk bag of Seedball’s bee and butterfly-friendly Wildflower Mix.

Each tin contains 20 seed balls, which are enough to cover a square metre in a garden bed or between three and five pots. Each ball contains clay, peat-free compost and chilli powder, which provides a protective casing to stop birds and ants from eating the seeds. Just scatter on top of soil or compost and let nature do the rest!

The Wildflower Mix contains around 300 seed balls, which are enough to cover 15-18 square metres and create a mini meadow in your garden.

To be in with a chance of winning, just enter below by 31 July 2019. Good luck!

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Lynda Hamilton Parker is an award-winning PR consultant, journalist, editor and publisher based in Scotland. She is the founding publishing editor of Good Health Magazine.

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