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The Garden Gift Box

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The ideal gift for gardeners wanting to create a haven for wildlife. Seedballs are an easy way to plant a natural mix of native wildflower seeds, these are designed to attract honey bees, bumble bees and butterflies. Handy solid oak plant markers from heritage brand Nutscene will add a practical touch of style along with this Sophie Conran designed bird feeder. Care for those green fingers with Nutscene's natural hand made Gardener's Scrub with essential oils and pumice.

Box contains:

  • Bee Mix Seedball Tube - 12 balls, 600 seeds (nectar rich wildflowers including Birdsfoot Trefoil, Floxglove, Red Clover, Viper’s Bugloss and Wild Marjoram)
  • Garden Meadow Seedball Tube - 12 balls, 600 seeds (Common Toadflax, Cornflower, Cowslip, Meadow Cranesbill, Musk Mallow, Oxeye Daisy, and Red Campion)
  • Sophie Conran Pear shaped Fat Ball Bird Feeder (Powder coated galvanized steel, with leather hanging cord 11, 35 cm including cord)
  • Nutscene Solid Oak Plant/Seed Markers with pencil (6 markers 20 x 2 cm)
  • Nutscene 100% Natural Gardener's Scrub Soap Bar with Essential oils and Pumice (100g)

For a full list of ingredients please refer to our FAQ page.

Please note that contents may vary from time to time depending on stock availability.

Choose from Standard, Tracked or Express Shipping if you need your gift in a hurray.

If you order before 2pm Monday to Friday then they we will send it out that day and will arrive from the next day (Next Day does depend on the delivery option you select and excludes public holidays).

You can also order ahead and select a date at the checkout for it to be sent out.

Currently we can only deliver Gift Boxes to the United Kingdom. We are working hard to get them available to the USA and Europe.

Shipping Cost: from £3.99

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