Every fall I walk through my small garden and gather seeds from my region’s native perennials. I have a little paper lunch bag for each plant (nearly 100), labeled and dated, that I store the seeds in. Sometimes I take a mix of six to 10 carefully selected plants, put them in one bag, drive down a rural road appropriate for wildflowers and hang the bag out of my car window until it’s empty. I have yet to see anything sprout alongside the road’s edge, but a guy can hope. Do you have a little bit of this in you, too? Ever wondered about making seed bombs?