Kabloom Featherbom Seedbom

Offer - Kabloom Featherbom Seedbom


Regular price £4.50 £3.00 Sale

Start a feeding frenzy!

Featherbom is a seed bomb that contains a wildflower mix to attract butterflies and bees during the summer and produce grains and seeds for birds during the cold winter months.

In collaboration with Callie Preston, winner of Kabloom's #Designbom competition.

SEED MIX*: Phacelia, Wild Carrot, Teasel, Millet, Common Knapweed, Cornflower, and Birdsfoot Trefoil.

UK NATIVE % – 100%

*(Contains only species found on the RHS Plants for Pollinators List)

  • ECO FRIENDLY – Seedboms are plastic free, fully biodegradable and compostable, making them the perfect environmentally friendly product.
  • EASY TO USE – Seedboms are easy to use by anyone. Follow our simple instructions on the packaging. No gardening experience necessary!
  • GOOD FOR NATURE – Help promote bee, butterfly and other pollinating insect populations and increase biodiversity by planting wildflowers.
  • GREAT FOR GIFTS – Seedboms make ideal eco friendly plastic free gifts. Surprise a friend or a loved one with this unusual gardening gift and get them out into nature!

Pull the pin and throw or drop Seedboms into areas that are in need of brightening up. Seedboms like bare soil, natural light and to be kept damp whilst growing. Full instructions are included on inside of each Seedbom sleeve.

Seedboms will biodegrade into the environment, so Go Guerrilla Gardening and leave only wildflowers behind! For best results use within 1 year of purchase. 

Weight - 25 g
Size - 55 × 55 × 80 mm


Seedboms are made from a 100% compostable bio-based shell containing organic peat-free compost, and wildflower seeds. The packaging is 100% biodegradable, recyclable, FSC accredited and glue-free.

Seedboms are created in the UK (shell casings are made in the Netherlands. All other materials are sourced in the UK).

Meet the Maker

The idea for Seedboms came from Kabloom founder and director Darren Wilson. During his studies in 3D Design and Craft at university he decided to focus his attention on eco-friendly design. And so from that standpoint the concept of the Guerrilla Gardening Seedbom began.

Darren decided to look into the root of this apparent modern problem - our disassociation with nature. The mission? To design a product that got people outside and create nature in their cities. It was also very important to design products that weren’t going to end up in landfill someday. 

And so the Seedbom was born!