Are you tired of planting your garden the old-fashioned way?
Try blasting seeds into the ground. Who wouldn't want to do some gardening with a shotgun come Springtime?
ST Development, a Scandinavian company, is developing a new gardening ammunition called Flower Shells. The 12-gauge shotgun shells are loaded with flower seeds.
The idea is simple: blast several seeds into the ground with one shot. Here's a video demonstration of the poppy shell:
The shells are available in 12 different seed varieties: daisy, poppy, sunflower, clematis, columbine, lavender, sweet pea, lupine, carnation, peony, and a variety of wildflowers. Each shell has a reduced amount of gun powder to make room for the seeds. Imagine not worrying about individual seeds, and saving your back with no need to bend over. Gardening with a shotgun could be a revolutionary new movement.
Check out another shotgun gardening technique.
ST Development is working on a number of other eccentric projects, including a flying carpet, a rocking chair that can power an iPhone and a flying lamp. We're not kidding.
Featured image via Flowershell.com