We love nature. And we believe that we must leave it better than we received it, for the good of the planet and of future generations. That is why we have considered how to contribute to the UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Specifically, numbers 13 (Climate Action) and 15 (Life on Earth).



The pill that you have received with your jewel contains a mixture of native wild seeds so that you can plant them at home or spread them in some area of your city and together we can recover the wild plants that once surrounded us.
Currently native and wild plants are scarce in cities due to the lack of "wild" natural spaces.
Green spaces in cities are mostly limited to areas of grass and ornamental plants. This hinders the growth of native flora and therefore the sustainability of insects linked to that flora.
In the countryside, due to extensive cultivation, native plants have also been displaced and limited. It is increasingly rare to see poppies in the field and other flowers that serve as food and shelter for insects. If these flowers disappear, the pollinating insects and butterflies that feed on them also disappear. 
With this initiative and with your collaboration, small gestures can make a difference :)
How to help with the pill?


You can plant them in a pot at home to create an urban refuge for wild plants or in the country or in some green area in the city where they can grow freely.

You can either bury the pill in the ground directly or open the pill and spread the seeds.



Y. If the plants at home, water the soil afterwards and if you spread them somewhere, let nature leave its magic.

A small gesture that can make a big change.

The seeds you have received are a mix of wild seeds or wild seeds for pollinating insects.

Wild seeds contain a variable mixture among others of the following seeds:

Achillea argentumArtemisa arvensis, Bellardia trixago, Iberis umbellata, Limun perenne, Lupinus angustifolius, Matricaria recutita, Silene dioica, Trifolium incarnatum, Trifolium pratense, Vacaria hispanica.

The flower seeds for pollinating insects contain a variable mixture among others of the following seeds:

Aegilopstriuncial, Borago officinalis, Coriandrumsativum, Daucus carota, Echiumplantagineum, Feniculum vulgare, Medicago sativa, Melilothus officinalis, Phaceliatanacetifolia, Salvia pratensis, White mustard, Vicia sativa