The truth about seed balls: they don't always germinate, but they engage people on many levels. Plus, they're fun to make.
Here comes the Solstice and that means it's a great time to make wildflower seed balls for next year's wildflower meadow. Here's how to do it.
It's time to harvest seeds and make seedballs to increase next year's wildflower bounty.
Celebrate the winter solstice and help next year's wildflowers by making seedballs this Saturday.
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Will the world end Friday? Nah. We're celebrating the 2012 solstice by making seedballs to help make next year a banner wildflower year. Read on for our Seedball Recipe that includes a secret ingredient that deters birds and bugs.
Sunflowers, great for the butterfly garden, are prolific with flowers and later seeds. Yours are probably hanging their heads by now. Here's how to harvest the sunflower seeds for your bird feeder, a protein-rich snack, or to plant next year.
Happy Winter Solstice! Celebrate with Seedballs, a Recipe, and Step-by-Step Directions on How to Make them
Celebrate the Winter Solstice by making seed balls! It's easy, fun, and good for the planet. Plus, it reminds us of making mudd pies. Included in this post: the Texas Butterfly Ranch Seedball Recipe and step-by-step directions on how to make them.
In the Butterfly Garden, Part II: Transplants and Seedlings to Make a Vibrant Butterfly Garden in Downtown San Antonio
The turf-to-bed conversion continues as we begin to transform a drought-damaged downtown San Antonio yard into a butterfly garden. Favorite host plants will be transplanted from Austin, we'll buy several new plants in the spring and plan our seedling strategy for early January. Read all about it, and let us know if you have questions.