Plant some joy! There are pollinator conservation seeds in those little  envelopes, and you can plant them to attract and provide nectar and pollen resources for butterflies, hummingbirds, bees.. ... Here are some instructions for planting the seeds in Southern California - Sow the seeds in October thru March. Plant the seeds 1-4 inch deep in an area with fertile soil, or where you have added some compost. Keep the area where the seeds are very lightly moist, and do not let dry out. When the seedlings emerge, you can water them more deeply, and not as often.
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