I bought this pack of seedballs at the end of last summer. This company makes several different types of seed balls (http://www.gardenbasket.com/seedballz_seeds_of_hope.html). I read that this is how the native indians planted seeds. They rolled the seeds into a ball of clay and dropped them where they wanted them to grow. I am excited to see if they grow. There is a variety of seeds in each ball. This particular ball has Callistephus chinensis, Pink Centaurea cyanus, Pink Cosmos, Sensation, Cynoglossum, Gypsophila elegans, Iberis umbellata, Lavatera trimestris, Mirabilis jalapa, Nigella persian, Silene armeria, Zinnia elegans, & Dahlia. You do not bury them. You just set them on top of the ground and water them. You are not supposed to break them up, but one of mine was already broken. If this method works...I may start planting my other seeds this way !
Here is one little seedball waiting to flourish in it new home.
I will keep ya'll updated on how well they do. Has anyone else ever used these?