Seed bombs at Bryson

This week Bryson students participated in a number of fun and functional activities in the garden , including seed bomb making.

Students had fun using some of our left over seeds including beets, sunflowers, radishes and marigolds. Students also helped add compost to the garden as well.

Its wonderful to see how the Bryson compost has evolved over the course of the school year. In fall, the compost was bone dry. Now, its moist and ready to be used.

Students also learned about food marketing and created their own fun slogans to get people interested in eating veggies.20160603_084329

We also found this yummy cauliflower hiding out in the garden.


We will include this in our salad next week for our final class of the school year.

Janae Patino

I am a Los Angeles native, Writer, musician, crafter, yoga enthusiast, and Master gardener with UCCE. All around creative who loves to get quiet enough to observe and learn from nature.