You've probably heard of bath bombs, but have you ever heard of seed bombs? Imagine planting a ball of clay in the ground, then have a beautiful garden of flowers pop up out of the ground weeks later. Not only is this environmentally friendly, but a lot less work than getting on your hands and knees planting each individual flower after they're grown.
Angela Fox from Green Michigan shows us how to make them.
- Seeds (flowers native to your area are the best choice so that they will require very little maintenance)
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