Wildflower Seed Bomb Craft

Mon 17th February 2020 to Thu 20th February 2020
Wildflower seed bomb craft at Burton Constable

Green your own space with a wildflower seed bomb - enhance your environment by spreading seeds. 

This activity uses an imaginative & eco-friendly way of creating greener spaces.

A flour, seed & soil mixture will be used to construct a seed bomb, stored in a biodegradable plastic bag, with bespoke note, ready ready to be launched on to authorised land.

A £1 fee will be required to cover costs on top of your admission cost. If you are a Friends Annual Pass Holder, you can access this for free - just show your pass to a member of staff.

Note: This activity may not be suitable for individuals with seed or nut allergies. 

1-3pm - Monday 17th & Thursday 20th February

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