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#seedbomb Workshop

    Learn how to make seed bombs with a variety of Canadian flower seeds. This workshop- hosted by Emily Gardner from The Flannel Couch includes all your materials to make 1-2 seed bombs and a gift box to place them in. Great idea for a Mother’s Day gift!


    Seed Bombs are made of clay, soil, and native Canadian seeds. These little balls of clay use a planting technique that is actually hundreds of years old. The clay protects the seeds from hungry insects and birds, while the soil provides organic matter and nutrients. When conditions are right (water, temperature, sunlight), the seed bombs will break down and the seeds will germinate into flowering plants that will provide habitat and food for our important pollinator friends. Each student will make and take 3-4 seed bombs each. Each participant will be given a small box for storage or gift giving.