Plant Your Pencils for a Wildlife-Friendly Garden!

Plant your pencil pack of 5 pencils to help you have a wildlife friendly garden

We’ve been working on the garden this year and it’s finally starting to resemble a real garden and not a junkyard!
Well, I say we, but I mean Ant’s been working on the garden, and we now have a lawn again! He works on it whenever he gets a chance and we’re going to make it as wildlife-friendly as possible. The pond we made when we first moved here was small and gave us a few problems so Ant made it bigger and better last year.

Bee Friendly

We especially want to make the garden bee-friendly so when I was asked if I’d like to review some pencils by Sprout, that are good for the bees, I, obviously, said yes. I’d never heard of Plant Your Pencil but I love the idea of it.

When your pencil gets too small to use, you plant it in a pot and wait for it to sprout. When they’re nice and strong, plant them out in your wildlife-friendly garden to help the bees ๐Ÿ™‚

Instructions on how to plant your pencil

Seed Choices

Each pencil has different seed types at the end. For the bee-friendly plants, there are Thyme, Coriander, Sage, Chia and Carnation seeds.

seeds at the end of the pencil


Each pencil has a little message on it to encourage you to help the bees and we all know how important it is for us all to help the bees right now and into the future.

encouraging messages on each pencil
more information about Plant your pencil packs

The pencils are really good quality and are lovely to write with.
As well as the bee-friendly pack, you can also get other themed packs including Mindful Thoughts and Spread The Love.

One Last Thing

If you’re a pencil end chewer – DON’T CHEW THESE!!