Garden Bon Bons
Box of ten candy-shaped seed bombs.
Garden Bon Bons are delicious "candy" treats for your garden. Each of the ten "chocolates" is composed of clay, compost, and herb seeds. Simply drop them onto soil, add water and sunshine, and watch them grow!
The hand-made bon bons coupled with authentic candy cups and a gold candy pad create an adorable and convincing "chocolate" gift box.
Includes seeds for basil, parsley, chives, and thyme.
Garden Bon Bons cannot be shipped outside the US.
Features & specs
- Dimensions: 5.5" x 3" x 1.25"
- Includes 10 garden truffles (basil x 2, parsley x 4, chives x 2, and thyme x 2)
- Authentic candy cups and a gold candy pad
- Handmade in the USA
- Patent-pending design
- Planting instructions included
These "candies" are for planting!
Garden Bon Bons may look like delicious chocolate treats, but they're actually packed full of herb seeds and are ready to be tossed into your garden or pot.
When you're ready to plant, simply place a bon bon on top of soil, add water and sunshine, and watch your garden grow.
Cute packaging makes Garden Bon Bons a terrific gift
The fact that the Garden Bon Bons are designed for planting will come as a pleasant surprise to anyone who receives them.
The packaging features authentic candy cups, a gold candy pad, and truffles that look so real you may be tempted to eat one.
Includes four different herb "chocolates"
Each set of Garden Bon Bons includes four herbs: two truffles each of chives, winter thyme, and basil, and four squares of parsley.
Frequently Asked Questions
Question: Do Garden Bon Bons need to be planted immediately?
Answer: No. They can be stored for several years. That being said, germination rates do decline over time (like any other seed). So, the sooner, the better. It is recommended to store them in a cool, dry location.
Question: What are the bons bons made of?
Answer: Garden Bon Bons are made of clay, compost, and seeds — everything they need to grow (other than water and sunshine).
Question: How do I plant them?
Answer: Planting Garden Bon Bons is easy! Simply drop them onto soil and water thoroughly. Let sunshine and time do the rest. Do not bury your Garden Bon Bons.
Question: Can I eat them?
Answer: If you think that compost, clay, and herb seeds will taste good, then sure, go right ahead. Obviously, we're kidding. Garden Bon Bons will not taste good. They are for planting, not eating.
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