Garden Gnome Seed Bombs

Garden Gnome Seed Bombs
Dan Gould
  • 15 july 2008

Seed bombs have used for years as a renegade delivery method for introducing vegetation in barren areas. They’re little balls of clay, compost and seeds that can be thrown into places where humans might not want to tread (or be allowed to). Studio TX has upgraded the seed bomb technology with the addition of earth friendly balloons – painted like garden gnomes. Now you can send out entire fleets of floating seed bombs to spread flowers, or any other kind of plants around your landscape.

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