Kabloom Seedbom is a Grenade that Makes Flowers, Not War

by , 08/23/10
filed under: Green Products, Innovation

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Looking for a green gift that will really blow the recipient away? These Kabloom Seedboms are just the thing. Made up of an explosive mix of organic compost and flower seeds packed in a recycled paper shell, these “grenades” do more growing than blowing up. All you have to do is chuck one into any soil-filled patch of land, and then check back over the next few weeks as it fills with fragrant flora.

+ Kabloom Seedboms

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  1. Beth Notman February 1, 2015 at 12:30 pm

    where can I buy this and get more details instructions of use, terrain, weather etc.

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  4. cloneboy August 23, 2010 at 3:58 pm

    Fragrance instead of fragments. Nice.

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