They look like normal shotgun shells, but The Flower Shell, developed by a small Scandinavian creative lab called Per Cromwell, is actually a 12-gauge shotgun shell that shoots flower seeds into the ground when fired. That’s right, you can shoot 12 types of seeds, including sunflower, lavender, carnation, meadow flowers and more. Then, just grab a fire hose to water the lawn, a tool to prune the bushes and you’ll be set for spring. Continue reading for three videos and more information.
Cromwell says: “Walking through a field of meadow flowers, cornflowers, daisies and poppies an early summer Sunday morning made me realize this was working. This flourishing field was my creation, it was all done with 142 shotgun shells. Finally I’ve cracked it, I was done. It worked.”