Seed Bombs! (The peaceful kind)

Art and science hit a huge high point this week as we got our guerilla gardening on in the greenhouse. Using clay (thanks Stacy!), we covered and filled cool art creations with seeds. Time to plant seeds in unused space with the flick of a wrist! We had visions of vacant lots, parking strips, street medians, and more! No one can know the actual germination success rate of this project as kids spread hundreds of these across their neighborhoods. BUT!!!! This is about hope, vision, and the concept of reclaiming unused space for plants, pollinating flowers, and veggies. Did I mention that the kids loved doing this? They surely did.


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    Laura Beckstrom said,

    Those are some talented kids! And lucky ones to have such a cool Garden Teacher!

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