Seed bombs are a fun and simple way to “greenify” a space, with multiple benefits including aesthetic and ecological as well as a great activity for the whole family!
Words By Ellie McKenna.
Making seed bombs is a great way to provide bees (and other pollinator species like butterflies, moths, birds and even bats) with habitat in cities.
- Mix 1-1 ratio of compost to clay, adding water bit by bit until it is all mixed together.
- Take small portions and roll them into a ball.
- Using your finger, make a dip in the middle of the ball and put your chosen seeds inside.
- Roll back into a ball and set aside to dry!
It’s that simple! Why not see for yourself and do your bit for nature.