Made from a mixture of clay, compost, and seeds, “seedbombs” are becoming an increasingly popular means combating the many forgotten grey spaces we encounter everyday-from sidewalk cracks to vacant lots and parking medians. They can be thrown anonymously into these derelict urban sites to temporarily reclaim and transform them into places worth looking at and caring for. The Greenaid dispensary simply makes these guerilla gardening efforts more accessible to all by appropriating the existing distribution system of the quarter operated candy machine. Using just the loose coins in your pocket, you can make a small but meaningful contribution to the beautification of your city!
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The idea is interesting, not sure about the implementation.
I’d be interested in seeing the result after X months. It seems to me that they could get by with 1/10 (1/100?) of the seeds. There’s a thing called thinning, and gardeners do it for a reason. Otherwise perhaps a more appropriate name would be rodent/bird food.