Can you blame me that under this burning weather I’m longing to export myself to a place where cool spring weather abides and pretty spring florals just beside? To try to cool myself a little I travelled to the Kew Gardens in London website. Ooo…the many images of beautiful blooms this season brings. Then I wandered into the Kew shop and found a lovely selection of things, like these in-house goodies:
Oh how I wish for spring!
Are you thinking what is a seedbom, like I did? It is essentially a seed bomb that you just toss in your garden (or even an untouched plot) then sit back, wait and watch out for the fruits of your labour.
The packaging of these seedboms for a variety of different flowers from Kabloom are so pretty, but surely the future results will be much prettier. You see, each seedbom is a ready mix of organic compost, coir and a selection of flower seeds embedded in a recycled paper shell. It breaks down over time and biodegrade into the environment leaving only flowers behind.
On the Kabloom blog I learnt that you can grow it indoors without soil and that’s where you can watch the process unveil before your eyes. Then once the seedlings are growing, they would have to be rooted in soil to grow and mature.