Little Veggie Patch Beneficial Bug Seed Kit
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At Australian Geographic, we're passionate about fostering a love for nature and learning in young kids. What better way to nurture their curiosity and respect for the environment than by empowering them to grow their own plants? These Seed Kits are the perfect introduction to the world of gardening, designed to make the process easy, educational, and enjoyable.
Gardening is enriched by the help of good friends and these seed varieties are chosen to attract the right sort of friendships. Beneficial bugs such as ladybirds, lacewings and other predatory insects will be lured in by the colours and scents of these plants, ensuring there is a biodiversity in the veggie patch. That makes growing food organically, easier.
This seed kit contains
- Beneficial bug attracting seeds including Borage, Dandelion, Dill, Tansy and Clover
- Planting instructions
- Biodegradable propagating pots
- Reusable plant labels
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