These bee bomb kits are one way to help the environment and have some fun. For young people who express concern about environmental issues such as the declining bee population but don’t know what to do about it, this is one solution.
The idea of these guerrilla gardening kits is to make ‘bombs’ from a mix of compost, clay and seeds of bee friendly flowers. These bombs can then be exploded in areas of wasteland or inaccessible parts of your garden that would otherwise have little to offer bees.
Each pack contains clay granules, compost and seeds. All you need to do is add water and make the mixture into guerrilla gardening bombs. The clay acts as a binder and the compost retains moisture. Together they will breakdown to form a growing medium for the seeds.
The types of seed typically included are cornflowers, sunflowers, poppies, candytuft, daisies and asters. Each pack makes 17-20 bombs.