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:

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