Posts Tagged ‘Guerilla Gardening’

Seedbombing – great way to “go native”

Wednesday, May 19th, 2010

Seedbombing is the practive of spreading seeds into areas you can’t easily physically access by making a ball of clay and compost and embedding some seeds. It’s part of a European movement called Guerilla Gardening, and “Pimp Your Pavement. We have some pretty barren spots around that might benefit from some native plant seed bombs. This gumball machine idea rocks as a way to make it easy for people to help out!

Here is where it came from. Thanks Robin Spilner for the link.