Luvmuds: Seed Hearts for Valentine’s Day!

by , 02/11/10

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Wondering how to express your budding love for a fellow dirt aficionado? Try a soil and nutrient packed Luvmud by architecture and strategic consulting firm, super-interesting! A heart-shaped seed bomb packed with soil, worm castings, cow manure, clay, coconut coir and herb or vegetable seeds, they’re the perfect way to say, “I love you and the earth.” In celebration of Valentine’s Day, super-interesting! will be giving away their Luvmuds at Spring Art + Design, located at 156a Front Street in DUMBO, Brooklyn starting Friday at noon. Unlike your undying love for your sweetie, there is a limited amount of free Luvmuds, so be sure to pick one up early!

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  1. severin February 14, 2010 at 8:02 am

    I love this idea. Luvmud makes you stop and think. I agree that spending time with a loved one is the best gift. This strange and beautiful little object keeps giving… watching seeds sprout on your windowsill, and then maybe planting the sprouts in a garden, and eventually harvesting food… and enjoying it all together. It’s a relationship over time.

  2. aaronoutside February 12, 2010 at 4:15 pm

    Every year, I am confused about the consumerism that is so engrained in Valentine’s Day. If you really want to impress your honey this year, think a little bit more about that you can do for them as opposed to what you can buy them. This article from the Greener Truth does a great job explaining how you can both be better to the environment and give a more meaningful gift. Think about it, what means more to your partner than spending time with you?

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