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Kisal
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How to make seed balls

I found this [url=https://www.pathtofreedom.com/pathproject/gardening/seedballs.shtml]tutorial for making seed balls[/url] through tipnut.com. I thought it looked interesting! :)

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I made some late last fall. Mostly wildflower seeds mixed with some veg seeds (like beans and squash) with a nod to Mr. Fukuoka. I did give a few away as gifts, but I kept most of them for myself since this was my first experiment with seed balls. I'm really looking forward to seeing how they'll grow. :D

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Oh, neat! Please post your results, as I think these would be fun to make! :)

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Here's the link to my seed ball thread when I made them.
https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10862&highlight=

Nothing growing yet, but hopefully, soon.... 8)

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Thank you for the link to your thread! I have bookmarked it, so I'll have it for future reference. :wink:

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