This product image courtesy of Commonstudio shows a Greenaid Seed Bomb. Homemade "seed bombs" are a favorite tool of guerilla gardeners. Since the early 1970s, these latter-day Johnny Appleseeds have been lobbing the clay-wrapped, compost-rich spheres onto unsightly vacant lots, into alleyways or around sidewalks, where they've exploded into bloom. Thanks to new vending-machine distribution, the small, slow-release seed transporters are also bursting into flower in suburban window boxes, on highway medians and along eroded gullies. (AP Photo/Commonstudio)

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