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Protect your precious seed from wind, rain and birds...scatter some seed balls! Powdered red clay, compost and seed....I have it all. Please check out my website at www.seedsinaball.com I am available for seed ball workshops in the San Diego, CA area (that is the retired teacher in me!)
 
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You can find Gail's website here

She sells an array of kits!

Gail, do you ship outside the US?
 
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I have not shipped outside the U.S, but would consider it. I am not sure if there are restrictions with shipping seed.?
 
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I know some seed suppliers like JL Hudson do ship to Canada. In their case, they say

ALL TYPES OF SEED, including tree and shrub seed and corn seed in small packets may now be shipped directly to Canada without import permit, phytosanitary certificate or delay. A few types such as wheat (Triticum) are prohibited.

 
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