What are Seedbombs?

Made from a mixture of clay, compost, and seeds, seedbombs are a great way to combat the many forgotten grey spaces you encounter everyday: from sidewalk cracks, to vacant lots and parking medians. They can be thrown anonymously into these abandoned urban sites to reclaim and transform them into places worth looking at and caring for. They can also be tossed into your home garden.

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Seedbombing Tips:

  1. Try to find a planting site that is likely to receive water at some point throughout the year, you can also choose a site that you can water yourself periodically.
  2. Simply toss or bury (half way is fine) your seedbomb into a planting site of your choice. It isn’t necessary for the seedbomb to crumble or break, but don’t worry if it does. 
  3. For faster germination, make sure your seedbomb gets plenty of water to start. Seedbombs are also capable of laying dormant until the next natural rainy season. Under ideal conditions the seeds should begin to germinate and sprout in about 3-5 days* 

 

*There are many factors that effect the germination and growth of the seeds contained in your seedbombs.  Each nugget contains about 500 seeds!

 

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