Seed–Balls are the easiest way to Garden

Grow a better future

Seed–Balls are their own mini ecosystem

Protecting seed from birds, mouse, ants and slugs and giving them the nutrition they need for a head start.

With Seed–Balls no need to be expert in gardening. No need to plant seeds. Just throw Seed–Balls on the ground and watch them grow. (In pots or gardens we recommend watering).

After lots of testing I invented a new recipe to make Seed–Balls

Vegan Compost + Carbon (Biochar) + Clay + Hot Pepper + Beneficial Microorganisms.

And a very soft handcrafted process that does not hurt the seeds and preserves their germination power.
Carbon stores CO2 and increases compost efficiency. Hot pepper is an additional deterrent against predators.

Autumn is the ideal season to sow the flower essential for Monarchs butterflies

Milkweed is a perennial plant, its seed needs the winter cold to germinate in spring.

We invite you to plant Gourmet Trails filled with flowers and herbs. This will help the Monarch Butterflies, and their favorite flower is also a delicious Native American vegetable.

Seed–Balls World

Seed–Balls

An increasingly popular Japanese inventions of the 1970s

They are the easiest way to plant flowers. No need to work or dig the ground. Just throw the Seed–Ball where you want to grow a flower or any other plant or even a mushroom.

They are small pellets of about 1 centimeter made with seeds coated in clay and compost, usually rolled by hand. Some are made from charcoal or a simple mixture of soil and fertilizer. In India they are often made with sand and cow dung.

52,000 Seed-Balls for Monarch Butterflies

Hand rolled in Iowa

An annual event that attracts a large public. 30 Seed–Balls are given to each cyclist and they throw them on the roadsides. We are bringing this event to Quebec this fall.

Replanting after fires

Sowing before invasive plants comes

In Wyoming they make square Seed–Balls using noodles making equipment.

Several small businesses make Seed–Balls

The top 4 manufacturers are in England, Kenya and the USA. None in Canada.

An American company produces tens of thousands each day using really simple equipment.

A British company has just received 2 awards for its Seed–Balls.

The biggest projects. Worldwide each year several million Seed–Balls are produced. In India some projects make tens of millions of them entirely by hand.