WIldflower Bombs for Bees, Birds & Butterflies

Let's Bring the Bees Back

Throw it, grow it & let the bees enjoy it!


Why Bee Bombs?

97% of natural bee and butterfly habitat has been lost in the UK since WW2.

Let that sink in...97%. Ninety seven percent!

It's frightening and it's critical. 

With your help, we can start to restore the lost wildflower habitat and make an important contribution to the biodiversity of Great Britain. 

How it Works:


     No effort, stunning     

I threw these onto an unprepared muddy bank at the end of my garden, and I’m fairly sure I did this at the wrong time of year. I watered them a few times but then forgot all about them (I’m not a gardening type person, sadly). This year the whole area is completely covered in beautiful flowers, and there are a lot of very happy bees pottering about every day.
If someone as useless with gardening as me can make these work then they’re basically foolproof. Highly recommended!

Many thanks 




1 It's Effortless

No gardening skills required. No tilling or sowing, just scatter your bee bombs onto bare soil and water them in, one pack covers an area of 2 square metre.

2 Grows Anywhere

All they need is bare soil. Grow them in pots, plants, hanging baskets, raised beds or that weed infested bit of bare soil at the back of the garden. Wildflowers grow best in an area with plenty of sunlight.

3 They're Beautiful

Who knew getting a beautiful floral garden meadow would be so easy. A mix of annual and perennial native wildflowers seeds ensures they keep coming back, year after year.

4 Good for the Bees

Butterflies and birds too! Britain has lost 97% of it's wildflower habitats, this has not only decimated the bee populations but it has knock on affects for other pollinators like butterflies and birds.

5 Multi Year Growth

The beauty comes back year after year. Our unique blend of annual and perennial wild flower bee bombs ensures robust, beautiful growth, year after, year, after year, you don't even need to fertilise the area!


     A little effort yielded fastastic results     

Planting after frosts and keeping all weeds at bay. If you can be bothered to put in a bit of effort the rewards are bennifishall. Worth every penny. And will be buying more for next year and eventually I will have my wild life flower garden. Also I planted some bulbs in the plot. Makes sense too me. Best of luck.


How much do you need?



  • Suitable for areas upto 2m2
  • Sow at any time of year
  • No gardening skills required
  • Good for Bees & Butterflies
  • Grows Anywhere
  • 1-3 Day Delivery



  • Suitable for areas upto 10m2
  • Sow at any time of year
  • No gardening skills required
  • Good for Bees & Butterflies
  • Grows Anywhere
  • 1-3 Day Delivery



  • Suitable for areas upto 20m2
  • Sow at any time of year
  • No gardening skills required
  • Good for Bees and Butterflies
  • Grows Anywhere
  • 1-3 Day Delivery


How long does delivery take?

We aim to deliver within 1-4 working days. This may be extended during holidays such as bank holidays and Christmas.


How much is delivery?

Delivery is a flat rate of £1.99


Can I use it with kids / pets?

Yes all our bee bombs are handcrafted with no toxic or nasty chemicals. Just locally sourced clay and native wildflower seeds

Do I need any special equipment?

No! Just your hands and something to water them with, no digging or tilling required


How does it work?

Each bag contains multiple bee bombs. Just spread them over bare soil and water them in and let nature do the rest.

Please ensure there are no weeds and preferably bomb an area with plenty of sunlight.


Will this work in winter?

You can sow the bee bombs at any time of year. Growth typically occurs between Spring and Autumn.


How long does it take to work?

You should start to see results within a few weeks unless you did it in winter then the wild flowers will start to grow when the temperatures rise in the Spring.


How much do I need?

Our small packs are suitable for upto 2m2.

If using pots or planters put one bee bomb per pot. Pots should be at least 25 cm deep.