The ancient practice of tossing seed "bombs" may have first germinated in ancient Japan, where they called it tsuchi dango—which translates as "earth dumpling". So cute! It also perfectly describes the appearance of Michael Stout's adorable little seed balls, made by hand of seeds, compacted clay, and worm compost. You just throw them to grow them. They contain all the nutrients the seeds need to germinate, indoors or out. (As with any gardening, you'll achieve best results in the right climate for the seeds you're planting.)
Toss Michael's culinary herb and salad green seed bombs onto your back yard, or any other suitable location, and grow a kitchen garden. A thoughtful gift for experienced and aspiring gardeners.
(Yes, we know—we had you at "earth dumpling.") Handmade in Indiana.
Culinary Herb Seed Bombs: Basil, Dill, Cilantro, Chives, and Parsley.
Salad Greens Seed Bombs: Chervil, Swiss Chard, Cress, Arugula, and Lettuce.