Lila and I were recently exposed on CBC News as renegade seed bombers. Check out this short clip to watch how we make seed bombs and green up our neighbourhood.
Check out this new take on the seed bomb. It’s a biodegradable helium balloon painted with the classically kitschy garden gnome. The work of Dutch Studio TX, the seed-filled balloons deflate after a day, landing on the sod attached to the bottom of each balloon. “Each balloon is made of PLA plastic and painted with […]
Regular Heavy Petal readers know that I’m really into seed balls, those muddy little balls of floral love. The first sowing I did this year was disturbed by construction, so I recently launched a second attack. The teeny results are beginning to show themselves in these photos. For a more advanced idea of what seed […]
Since readers have asked, I thought I’d explain a bit more about seed balls (also known as “seed bombs,” among a multitude of other names). Seed balls, simply put, are a method for distributing seeds by encasing them in a mixture of clay and compost. This protects the seeds by preventing them from drying out […]
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