The easiest way to protect bees from extinction is to create a new habitat for the small, useful creatures yourself. For example, by planting flowers, trees and shrubs that make the bees' journey easier and provide the nectar they need for it.
Our seed eggs are small but mighty! The small seed eggs transform green areas, flower beds or flower pots into a small, nutritious bee paradise. The carefully handcrafted seed eggs consist exclusively of natural and largely organic-certified raw materials on the outside and inside and all they need is a bit of watering! With good care, the small natural eggs turn into colourful, useful flower meadows that attract and feed bees, butterflies and many other useful insects!
Colour Edition: Speaking of colourful! If you prefer something colourful or would like to give away growing Easter eggs, you will find what you are looking for in our Colour Edition! They are available in a practical 6-egg carton and with an equally natural powder based on corn starch and food colouring.
This is how you bring your seedegg to life
Seedeggs can be "thrown" (=placed) in the garden, in the flower bed or on an empty green space – of course depending on the current season. The natural balls can also be planted in a flower pot (already filled with some soil) indoors all year round. Once a suitable spot has been found, the seedeggs only need to be watered moderately or they can wait outside for the next rain.
Moderate watering and sunlight are important for germination! A few days after watering, the natural egg slowly breaks apart and the first green plants gradually sprout from the seed egg. With a little patience, the green plants will turn into a small flower meadow, which will form the first flowers after a few months. When the meadow starts flowering, it becomes a nutritious mini-paradise for bees, butterflies and many other useful insects!
Details for resellers
seedegg in the small package (1 pc. in quail-egg-size)
- minimum quantity: 30 packages per box
- unit dimensions: ca. 11.5 x 6.3 cm; ca. 12 g
seedegg in the quail egg carton packaging (6 pcs. in quail-egg-size)
- minimum quantity: 30 egg cartons per box
- unit dimensions: ca. 9.5 x 6.5 x 5.5 cm; ca. 55 g
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Shelf life & storage
- at least 2 years when stored in a dry place