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DIY Seed Bombs for Wildflowers (Easy Summer Fun!)

DIY Seed Bombs for Wildflowers (Easy Summer Fun!)

Want to add a pop of color to your yard or neighborhood? Seed bombs are a fun and easy way to spread wildflowers, creating a haven for pollinators and adding beauty to your surroundings.

Here's what you'll need:

  • Wildflower seeds (native to your region)
  • Compost or potting soil
  • Clay (optional, can be substituted with flour)
  • Water

Ready to get planting?

  1. Mix your seeds and soil. Combine wildflower seeds with a good amount of compost or potting soil in a bowl. Ensure there are enough seeds for good distribution.
  2. Add a binding agent. This is where the clay or flour comes in. Mix a small amount of wet clay or flour with the seed and soil mixture until it becomes slightly sticky and moldable.
  3. Form your seed bombs. Roll the mixture into small balls, about the size of a marble.
  4. Let them dry. Place the seed bombs on a baking sheet or drying rack and let them dry completely for a day or two.

Planting your seed bombs:

Once your seed bombs are dry, simply toss them onto bare patches of soil in your yard, a local park, or even an empty field (with permission, of course!). Rainwater will activate the seeds, and with a little sunshine, you'll soon see beautiful wildflowers blooming!

Here is a link with a video: https://www.naturalbeachliving.com/how-to-make-seed-bombs/

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