Help restore our beautiful Prairie habitat by throwing this wild seed bomb anywhere you want native prairie wild sage to grow.
The seeds in this natural clay-encased ball of compost need cold stratification to germinate in the spring so please keep the seed bomb in the fridge for a month, or throw outside when we have at least one cool month before the growing season begins.
Once the seed bomb is ready to be planted, be sure to throw into a partial sun / shady spot on your garden. Rain will eventually wash the clay coating away, waking up the Canadian Prairie seeds within. Once the perennial plants take hold, they will help restore important prairie habitat.
PSA: This is NOT the edible kind of sage.
This seed bomb is wrapped in paper from a 1950's field guide! (comes in a box with instructions on the back as well)
What’s in this bomb? Tons of beautiful Prairie Sage seeds.