Q: I would like to know if you ship to Germany and what the postage would be ? Thanks Ann Asked by Ann M., February 2021
I'm afraid we are not currently posting outside of the UK at the moment. We hope to start again soon!
Q: Hi, what is the difference between the sibling and the single boxes please?Asked by Natasha C., February 2021
A single box includes enough materials for ONE child to undertake each activity and a sibling box includes enough materials for TWO children to undertake the activities. They will just share certain items such as the cards, and items such as paints or glue.
Q: Hello, please can you tell me if you are based in the uk as I think I will be charged additional tax on postage for America Asked by Donna R., November 2020
Thank you for your message. Yes, we are based in the UK and I’m afraid we don’t currently ship to the US due to the legislation involved around sending seeds.
Q: What is the difference between the single box and the sibling box?Asked by Jes D., April 2020
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My daughter just received her first Mud & Bloom box, and not only was she over the moon excited, but I absolutely love the purpose of and thought put into this subscription. They provide you with the tools to teach your children life skills, like growing from seed and making a twig raft, while also providing educational activities that get your kids outdoors and learning new things! This January box revovled around growing sprouts, sprouting an avocado seed to grow a tree, bird watching, building a floating twig raft, and more! We are already so excited to see what February's box has in store for her, and we haven't even finished all of the activities from this box!
Definitely 5 stars for Mud & Bloom!
Our March box includes: Make plantable wildflower seed cards; Make an alder cone bee mobile; Whittle a magic wand; Make a balancing bird; Grow organic red cabbage; Signs of spring spotter; March’s nature news and quiz.
Our January box includes: Make ice lanterns, Grow organic pink clary sage, Make leaf mirror drawings, Make a phenology wheel, Grow organic Ailsa Craig tomatoes, Garden bird spotter, January’s nature news and quiz.
November's box includes: Make a clay leaf bowl; Grow little beauty tulips; Grow and care for Spanish moss; Make a splatter paint leaf banner; Make a woodland elf house; Fungi spotter; November’s nature news and quiz.
Our October box includes: Make a wriggly conker snake; Grow narcissi bulbs; Make spooky leaf ghosts; Make an autumn leaf window transparency; Grow organic winter giant spinach; Autumn leaf spotter; October’s nature news and quiz.
Our September box includes: Make sycamore seed dragonflies; Sprout organic basil microgreens; Make conker comets; Grow purple crocuses; Make seed head dancers; Weather signs spotter; September’s nature news and quiz.
Our August box includes: Make your own mini wormery; Grow your own organic lamb's lettuce; Make your own stick bow and arrow; Grow your own organic crimson clover; Make your own seed drying mobile; Summer wildflower spotter; August’s nature news and quiz.
Our July box includes: Make your own butterfly feeder; Grow your own organic radishes; Make your own jam jar nature xylophone; Grown your own sweet williams; Make your own butterfly mask; Butterfly spotter; July’s nature news and quiz.
Our June box includes: Make a leaf print pencil case; Grow your own organic runner beans; Make your own crayon resist leaf rubbings; Grow your own wallflowers; Go on your own mini nature treasure hunt; Minibeast spotter; June’s nature news and quiz.
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