1/2kg, 1/4kg, 1kg, 25kg
Dryland Kenya, Highland Kenya
KSh 400.00 – KSh 12,500.00
The dryland species are native acacia trees from seeds carefully selected by KEFRI. Suited to dry and arid areas. Highland species thrive at higher altitude with increased rainfall. If you aren’t sure about the region, please email us for advice on planting in your specific location. Click Here for a detailed list of the varieties contained.
*Please note: we do not ship Seedballs outside of Kenya. Should you place an order requesting international delivery, we will treat your purchase as a donation to one of our local partners. Refunds are not possible.
SeedBalls Kenya is partnering with a select few organisations that are active in conservation programs within Kenya. SeedBalls can be purchased here and we will deliver your seedballs, of the appropriate species mix, to the recipient of your choice. These organisations are eager to receive your donated seedballs and have committed with us to distribute them within their areas of activity that have the greatest need for reforestation.[html_block id="512"]
This method of distributing grass seed is effective and efficient. Grass can be expected to germinate quickly, and re-seed for future use. For more information about each species, please visit Seedballs Kenya.
*Please note: we do not ship Seedballs outside of Kenya. Should you make a purchase and select international shipping, we will treat this as a donation to one of our local partners. Refunds are not possible.*[sg_popup id=670]
Celebrating a birthday, baby shower or wedding? Our custom gift box filled with seedballs is the perfect eco-friendly gift for your friends and family to commemorate this special day. Minimum order of 10 units, and 5 days lead time. The seedballs will come with basic info on how to “throw and grow”, and we select the best species for your region (in Kenya only!).
Ask us about customizing labels or stickers with your event theme colors or a special message.
Have fun dispersing your seedballs! A collaboration between wonderful people from all over Africa.
The rubber comes from old gaskets from the Zambian copper mines, the leather pouch is made from off-cuts from Bata Shoes, Limuru, the slingshots are made by specialized slingshot makers in Sultan Hamud. The beadwork on the fancy slingshots is done by some expert Maasai ladies near Amboseli.