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PI Land Preserve Seed Bomb Workshop @Lions Club
September 19 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
What is a “seed bomb” – ?
Seed bombs are an easy way to spread wildflowers. A seed bomb consists of a dollop of compost wrapped in clay about the size of a walnut and rolled in native wildflower seeds. Simply toss it where you want flowers to grow. The seeds germinate and the compost provides nutrients as the clay is washed away by rain. Growing native wildflowers is one of the best ways to support and restore our local biodiversity. The seeds we will be using to make the seed bombs are vital to local insect populations, which then support birds and other wildlife that are further up the food chain.
You will be making your own seed bombs to toss this fall and hopefully we will see them sprout in the spring!
Meeting at the Lion’s Club; for more information: