This week, you can make your own seed bombs! A seed bomb (also known as a seed ball) is a ball of clay that contains compost and seeds from native plants, especially wildflowers. The mixture of clay and earth holds in moisture. It also helps protect the seeds from being eaten by animals before they germinate. You can place seed bombs in a certain areas that need some green growth, or you can just throw them and see where the plants come up.
Check out the sites below for directions on making seed bombs:
“How to Make Seed Balls With Kids”
What a great idea!