Shotgun Flower Shells

Know how to get men into gardening, aside from the promise of pie via the spoils of the berry bush? By letting us shoot stuff. In what we think is the most far-out Indigogo project we’ve seen, some Swedish guy has replaced the regular shot you’d find in a shotgun shell and replaced it with seeds—cornflowers, daisies, poppies, sweet peas, carnations, and a bunch of other stuff we don’t recognize. Need to plant a bed of daisies? Well, clear the bed and light it up! A few caveats: we somehow doubt the legality of importing said ammunition to Canada, and, given that a box of four shells costs $50, it’s undoubtedly cheaper just to buy a packet of seeds from your local gardening centre. At the same time, this kind of gardening looks way more fun.


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