I am thinking to make a variety of seed bombs that focus around local tree guilds. I think the easiest will be acacia and sumac, but I would also like to make some with ponderosas too. I am planning to use the guild format, putting complimentary seeds together in guilds so they help each other out.
Another idea I had was to make three sisters bombs.
If anyone has any good ideas let me know.
Below are some links about seed bombs in general.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Seed bombing, also known as "Seed Grenades" is a technique of introducing vegetation to arid soils or otherwise inhospitable terrains. A seed bomb is a compressed clod of soil containing live vegetation that may be thrown or dropped onto a terrain to be modified. The term "seed grenade" was first used by Liz Christy in 1973 when she started the "Green Guerillas". The first seed grenades were made from balloons filled with local wildflower seeds, water and fertilizer. The seed grenades were tossed over fences onto empty lots in New York City in order to make the neighborhoods look better. It was the start of the Guerrilla Gardening movement.
 External links
- Guerrilla Gardening
- Bitter Melon Homeopathy for Urban Renewal
- Environmental Art Museum, Kathryn Miller
- Kathryn Miller, Artist (LandLiving.com)