Ever since I tried wintersowing last year, I have been a convert. It is by far the easiest way to sow seeds, all you need to do is to plant the seeds in soil in a juice or milk jug container, and leave it outdoors all winter long. That's it. The process of freezing and unfreezing softens the seed shell, and then when it's warm enough, the seeds will germinate. You literally let mother nature takes it's course. This year, I wintersowed a whole bunch of heirloom tomato seeds. I knew tomato seeds would do well wintersown because last year, there were lots of volunteer tomato plants in the garden. Yesterday, I saw that one of the tomato plants is doing really well in the juice container "greenhouse".
DIY plant tags out of milk jugs, and wrote on permanent marker what type of tomato plant this was. However, the marker completely wiped off from the rain, snow, and the elements. So I have no idea what variety tomato this is now. Bummer! I'll have to wait to see what type it is when it's fully mature. Ugh, the wait!
seed dress made with seeds embedded into the dress. So you can "bury the dress" and watch it grow.
Seedbomb bracelet. Which is a bracelet decorated with seedbombs. So you can wear it, and when you see an open lot that you want to seed bomb, just take off the bracelet and throw it into the lot. Cool right?? I so want to buy these! Lastly, they also have bags made out of recycled coffee burlap bags. I love the idea of recycling burlap to use as tote bags! What did you do to celebrate Earth day?