Yes! The babies are all natural and harmless to touch.
Once the seedlings are about one inch high.
You should check with your local garden center for what is appropriate for where you live. But keep the seed puck moist but not saturated after it has fully expanded.
If you follow the instructions they should grow (but there are no guarantees). We have grown 1000’s of Bloombabies in countless ways and find it extremely difficult to find a way to get one not to grow.
It depends on where you live so you should check with your local garden center. But if you have a nice window for the seedlings to get some sun your babies should grow. We recommend starting indoors.
Our record is initial sprouting for a baby in a day and a half. You should give it up to a week, but should see a baby blooming in a couple of days.
They are a callendula blend. (This may change if there are supply issues or a seasonal change but not likely)
They are water beads that will ensure to keep your babies hydrated. When the water is dry they get small, when there is a lot of water they get big.