IT'S NOT PINK IT'S MAGENTA 

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HOW TO PLANT 

SEEDED PAPER 

If you've received some seeded paper

from us, you might need these!

Seed paper planting instructions


Planting seed paper is incredibly simple.

All you need is:

  1. a piece of our plantable seed paper

  2. some good-quality potting soil

  3. water

  4. a small flower pot (or section of your garden)

 

Place the soil in the pot, right to the top. Gently pack the soil, so it’s slightly compressed, but not too hard-packed.

Place the seed paper on top, and add another thin layer of soil on top of the paper (about one-eighth of an inch).
Give your newly planted seed paper a good soak of water right off the bat.

After that, just make sure it’s always moist. This may mean watering it a little bit every day or two, but just enough to maintain that level of moisture.
Make sure your planted seed paper is in a sunny area, and you should hopefully start seeing some little green sprouts popping up within a few weeks!


When can seed paper be planted?
Seed paper can be planted anytime! If it’s cold outside, and the weather is tending to dip into freezing temperatures overnight, it’s definitely better to plant the paper inside.


What if the seed paper is not growing?
All of our plantable paper is embedded with high-quality seeds–everything from wildflowers, to kitchen herbs, vegetables and various other kinds of flowers. The key, as in any instance of growing flowers from seeds, is to provide your plantable paper with a lot of light, water and attention. We are also firm believers that singing to your seed paper flowers never hurts either.

 

 

Although we perform rigorous tests on all our seeds, plants can sometimes just be finicky things
and will not always grow the way we want them to. Seeds will act differently in varying environments