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Seed bombing continues to be popular in cities for some time. Nevertheless the idea does apply for the areas as well. What exactly is seed bombing? It is a fun, easy, and green way to plant large or challenging to reach areas. Children especially appear to enjoy the fun therefore it makes a good family project.

If you have a slope or other part of your property that is inaccessible, seed bombs might be a way for you to cultivate flowers there. Wildflowers are especially adaptable for this purpose, but any type of seeds can be utilized if they are ideal for your region and climate. Sunflower seeds are another popular choice. The flowers could also help to crowd out weeds in a area.


A typical recipe for seed bombs is: 5 parts dry red clay, 3 parts dry organic compost, 1 part seed, 1-2 parts water. Roll a combination into 1-2 inch balls and let dry. The usage of clay inside the Bee Seedballs can make it difficult for birds to eat the seeds.

The seed bombing idea has changed to incorporate trees. Tree cones are pointed metal containers that can bury themselves in your yard at the same depth as if planted manually. The cones contain fertilizer along with a material that soaks in moisture to water the roots of the tree. These lightweight containers decay very quickly allowing the tree to place roots down into the soil. This kind of bombing usually necessitates the use of an aircraft.

Since they can dry out, it's best to help make your seed balls in spring or fall when the weather is cool and rainy. In this way you will have time to get the balls distributed while there is still plenty of moisture in your yard.

The history of clay seed balls originates from an ancient practice in which seeds for the following season's crops were mixed together, often with humus or compost, then rolled in clay to make small balls. The current technique for creating seed balls is generally attributed to a Japanese farmer named Masanobu Fukuoka.