The key to the Bon Bon's success is to find a sunny spot and place them on top of the soil (don't bury them), and water, just as you would a regular seed. They'll start germinating in a week or two. Apparently seed balls are a centuries-old planting technique. The compost provides nutrients to the seeds and the clay holds it together and helps protect it against insects. They'll also keep for a few years if you want to hold off on your planting. Available in the following varieties, all with 8 truffles apiece:
- Italian Herb Collection: two each of Basil, Parsley, Chives and Thyme.
- Culinary Basil Selection: two each of four different types of basil.
- Herbal Tea Collection: two each of Borage, Chamomile, Lemon Balm and Stinging Nettle.