Beebombs

Native, wildflower seedballs, handmade in Dorset

Let's #bringthebeesback

 

 
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You can help bring the bees back

97% of natural bee and butterfly habitat has been lost in the UK since WW2. 97%. Ninety seven percent. It's frightening and critical. 

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

Hand made in Dorset, Beebombs are a mix of 18 British wildflower seeds, fine, sifted soil and locally sourced clay. Our seeds are native species and designated by the Royal Horticultural Society as "Perfect for Pollinators" 

Beebombs just need to be scattered onto cleared ground to create a wildflower meadow that will #bringthebeesback

How to scatter your Beebombs

Our Wildflower Beebombs need no gardening skill, no tilling or sowing in the traditional sense. The seeds are combined with nurturing sifted soil and sheltering local clay to protect them from predators.

Just throw your Beebombs onto cleared soil and await the blossom of colour and the return of native bee and butterfly species. 

Beebombs can be scattered at anytime of year but Autumn and Spring are optimum. 

Beebombs Come in sustainable jute bags and make great gifts.

We also work with many far sighted retailers who stock Beebombs. Full wholesale info here.   

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Helping the environment and making your garden beautiful. Beebombs are simply brilliant
— Emily, Bournemouth
The bee situation in the UK is dire. Beebombs are such a simple idea, but equally, so powerful. I’m right behind the campaign to #bringthebeesback
— Trevor, Parley

Who's behind

Beebombs? 

 Ben Davidson; maker, picker, packer and dispatcher of Beebombs. Taken on the farm next to Beebomb lab with my daughter Emily. 

Ben Davidson; maker, picker, packer and dispatcher of Beebombs. Taken on the farm next to Beebomb lab with my daughter Emily. 

Ben Davidson was born in Dorset and after many years abroad and in the hustle of London, returned to bring up his daughter where the rolling green hills meet the sandy beaches of Dorset. 

Learning of the tragic decline of bee and butterfly habitat, across the industrialised world, he wanted to find a way to help restore some of the lost meadows of Britain. 

Driven by his love for nature and his memories of a childhood spent chasing newts, building camps and generally exploring the ancient heathland of Dorset. Ben both makes and promotes the Beebombs himself. As well as cleaning up afterward.

You can contact Ben directly via the contact page