L aunching wildflower seeds from a party cannon may not be the most common way to plant flowers, but it is certainly one of the most memorable.

Dozens of people attended Harvest for the Hungry’s inaugural wildflower planting event Friday for tours of the facility, hors d’oeuvres and refreshments and the chance to pop one or more of 55 wildflower seed cannons to help plant a tilled field.

Corinna Richardson is the magazine editor for The Facts. Contact her at 979-237-0150. ​

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