Calumet Seed Bombs For Sale

Pairwith_Contents_Web_1024x1024-1Calumet Region Seed Bombs
LIMITED EDITION – $20.oo

Help to restore the ecosystems of the Calumet Region and support Tryon Farm Institute with these limited edition ecosystem seed bombs. Each variety contains species curated to grow in the various ecosystems and attract the critical critters that indicate the health of the local environment.

The varieties include the Short-Grass Prairie, Wetland Rain Garden. Upcoming varieties will include the Woodland Understory and Sedge Meadow.

Each pouch comes with 5 seed bombs and a log book packed with information about the various ecosystems, information on how to plant and a log book to help track the progress and benefits of the habitat restoration.

Purchase online now through our partner’s site VisuaLingual.com

PRODUCT DETAILS
The Calumet Region seed bomb project supports land stewardship and environmental education programming at Tryon Farm Institute in Michigan City, Indiana. Please enjoy the small habitat created by these seed bombs. We like to think about how the critters making a home at Tryon Farm and throughout the Calumet Region will one day find their home in your restored habitat. We thank you for purchasing these seed bombs and participating in the #calumethabitat project.

To cultivate habitat from these seed bombs simply find an area that matches the growing conditions for the specific ecosystem. Autumn is the ideal time to deploy Calumet Region seed bombs, but spring and summer are good too. Some seed species will require a winter or two before germinating. The charts following this section detail what to expect from specific species. Watch closely as your garden changes over time, attracting more diverse birds, butterflies and bees along the way.

Purchase online now through our partner’s site VisuaLingual.com

Dimensions: approx. 5 x 7.5 inches
Weight: approx. 3-5 oz.
Short-Grass Prairie includes: Sky Blue Aster, Purple Prairie Clover, Purple Coneflower & Prairie Dropseed
Wetland Rain Garden includes: Swamp Milkweed, New England Aster, Switch Grass, Culver’s Root & Golden Alexanders

About TryonFarmInstitute

Tryon Farm Institute, Inc. (TFI) is an Indiana chartered non-profit land trust and education organization with a mission to connect human and natural communities by promoting habitat diversity and sustainable land husbandry.

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