Seed Bombs and Energy-Wise Landscaping

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We had spring fever in the studio this week! Perhaps it was those awesome Seed Bombs we were sent to disburse liberally around the hood. We had a blast before the show and during our break taking turns launching seed bombs into the studio parking lot and surrounding roadside. See more about our adventures with seed bombs on the Green Divas blog.

Between seed bomb activities, we had a wonderful report from GD Lisa in Austin, TX. She had a few good spring cleaning tips and we talked a bit about vegan nut yogurts. Yum.

Our feature interview was with the wonderful Sue Reed, author of the timely and informative, Energy-Wise Landscape Design. I had never really considered how terrible lawn mowing is for our carbon footprint. Yikes! She talked about a lot of things that were very practical considerations for the landscapes we have or the ones we are dreaming of. Highly recommend checking out her book!

But, in the meantime, listen to the show!

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William Barratt
William Barratt2 years ago

What a great way to get kids involved with gardening and planting.

Duane B.
.2 years ago

Thank you for sharing.

Marcel Elschot
Marcel Elschot2 years ago

Thanks for sharing

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KS Goh4 years ago

Thanks for the article.

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Ann F.
Ann F.4 years ago

thanks !

rene davis
rene davis4 years ago

thank you

rene davis
rene davis4 years ago

thank you