DIY Seed Bombs: Just Throw 'Em and Grow 'Em

Turn junk mail into blooming wildflowers. Seriously!

We've got a fun, spring-inspired project that's perfect for getting little ones in on gardening in a totally unique way. Seed bombing is a fun way to transport seeds into areas of your yard that need some extra life and color. Plus, with just a few steps and materials, you'll want to toss these around everywhere. Learn how to make your own:

So cute, right? For more spring-perfect DIYs and inspirational videos, check out #hgtvhappy right here at HGTV.com.

Keep Reading

Next Up

HGTV Happy Hour: Lime in the Coconut Cocktail

This fresh, tropical take on the classic vodka soda is as guilt-free as it is delicious. Perfect for your next poolside party!

Family Gardening: Growing Sunflowers

Sunflowers are colorful giants and are one of the first flowers many children will recognize. A sunflower-growing competition appeals to any age of gardener. 

5 Insanely Easy DIYs to Celebrate Spring

We've got 5 fresh projects you can do in minutes.

Grow a Woodland Garden

Brambles and trees can hide potential jewels, says Brett McLeod, author of The Woodland Homestead. Use his tips to make the most of your wooded land.

10 Herbs That Gardening Newbies Should Start Growing

Jazz up your food and gain a green thumb.

Grow Easy Cress Indoors

Growing cress indoors provides a constant supply of fresh ingredients for salads and sandwiches all year round. This easy project is ideal for children, who love to watch the plants develop.

Meet the Team

Get to know the talented writers and editors of HGTV's show and design blog. 

Go Behind the Blog

From the Archives

Take a look back at our past posts, from entertaining and design trends to up-and-coming HGTV shows.  

Read All Our Past Posts