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Seedball Switzerland at ORNARIS Bernexpo

Seedball Switzerland at ORNARIS Bernexpo

  We are so excited to be presenting Seedball to the rest of Switzerland at Ornaris in Bern from 12th-14th August!!   Look forward to seeing many lovely buyers and professionals and see how we can work together to bring wildflowers back to gardens and balconies across Switzerland!  

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Scatter your seedballs now or.. wait for September!

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Scatter your seedballs now or.. wait for September!

     After a lovely time at the Château de Coppet for Jardins en Fête, where we organised some pop-up workshops on pollination with the Swiss Gardening School, I think it is time to send a reminder out to all that it is not too late to sow your seedballs!! Après un weekend fantastic aux côtés du Swiss Gardening School dans les jardins du Château de Coppet avec Jardins en Fête, où j'ai pu donner quelques ateliers sur la pollinisation et comment créer un jardin qui attire les pollinisateurs, je me suis dite que c'était l'heure d'envoyer un rappel à...

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Ready.... Steady.... GO!

Ready.... Steady.... GO!

This time of year is often a time where those who are passionate about gardening, and specifically about growing from seed, are just itching to get started. There is so much planning to do! Of course, in order to increase your yield, you should also plan an insect friendly area, where pollinating insects will be happy and pollinate among your fruit and vegetable gardens. Here are some ideas!

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SEEDBALLS on WRS DIG IT as Christmas gift!!

Yeay! We are so excited to have been mentioned by Hester in her latest episode on Dig It! check out her segment on World Radio Switzerland in this link below: https://worldradio.ch/article/dig-it-holiday-gifts-11-dec-2017/  

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Neonicotinoids en route to being banned across the EU

The UK finally on board with EU plans to ban neonicotinoids outside of greenhouses, yes!! “The weight of evidence now shows the risks neonicotinoids pose to our environment, particularly to the bees and other pollinators which play such a key part in our £100bn food industry, is greater than previously understood,” said Gove. “I believe this justifies further restrictions on their use. We cannot afford to put our pollinator populations at risk.” Guardian, 09.10.2017

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