About Love by Bean
Eileen May has lived in Western New York her entire life. She first read about seed bombs in National Geographic magazine when she was around 8 years old. Her mom was always digging in the garden and Eileen was often out there, digging in the dirt, helping her. Because of that experience, she knew she had everything she needed in her backyard to make her own seed bombs. This includes clay, compost, and seeds! Her first seed bombs were made with black-eyed susan seed, one of her mother's favorites. Today, she makes her seed bombs with old Buffalo newspapers and organic seed from Canandaigua, NY. All of the seed either grows edible goodness or grows into beautiful flowers which attract our lovely winged friends! Her seed bombs are popular with young and old alike and make an excellent first gardening experience for children.