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SEEDS OF CHANGE is an environmental and workforce development program at the Howard County Department of Corrections. In 2016, EcoWorks established an on-site native plant nursery operation where inmates learn about nursery operation and plant propagation.

The plants are used in EcoWorks' environmental restoration projects around the County. The hands-on component is complemented by a sustainable landscaping curriculum. In 2018, 16 inmates graduated from the program with certificates.

This low-cost, high return on investment program develops job skills and helps reduce recidivism.


Bomb your garden with a great mix of native wildflower and grasses! Best suited in sunny areas.

Easy to grow and it will attract a significant number of songbirds and pollinators.

By buying the seed bombs you are supporting our inclusive workforce development program.

All these seed bomb were made by disabled students from the Howard County public school system.

15+ species, some of them very known, such as, Purple Coneflower, Black eyed Susan, Swamp Milkweed, New England Aster, Boneset, Golden Alexander, Blue False Indigo, Wild Bergamot, common Milkweed and much more.  

General Product Information:
The native wildflowers and grasses in this mix provide an attractive display of color from spring to fall. Designed for mesic to upland sites and full sun to lightly shaded areas. This mix will attract a variety of pollinators and songbirds. Mix formulations are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of existing and new products. While the formula may change, the guiding philosophy and function of the mix will not.

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