Seed balls are a great way to beautify an area, either via guerilla gardening or just by giving your own garden a more natural look. And while we usually focus on wildflower seeds for seed balls, there's no reason we can't add a few herbs into the mix, or just make seed balls of only herb seeds. It's a great way to get a low maintenance herb garden, either for yourself or for your community. And, as a bonus, once they bloom herbs are important nectar sources for many beneficial insects.
Of course, some herbs will work better than others. Annual herbs germinate more easily than perennial herbs, so they are generally preferable for making seed balls. You also want to be sure not to include anything that will become invasive: no mint, lemon balm, or borage seeds in this mix! With those guidelines in mind, here are a few great herbs to include in your seedball recipe: