Yes. Since guerilla gardening takes place in U.S. cities, it is reasonable to assume seed bombs are used. One technique for making a “seed bomb” is the “NYC Green Guerilla Grenade.” It is a balloon filled with water, seeds, peat moss and fertilizer.
Yes! Seed bombs, small balls of clay, compost material, and seeds, are even being distributed in Los Angeles from vintage gumball machines. A group called Green Aid came up with the idea to put the seed bombs in gumball machines around the city and use them to encourage people to re-seed vacant lots and other disused areas to help beautify communities. Customers insert a quarter and a few seed bombs come out of the machine, in addition to a set of instructions on where the best places in the city to toss the bombs are based on what seeds are inside.
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