Plantable Seeded Paper Holiday Greeting Cards

$4.95

Plantable Seeded Paper Holiday Greeting Cards

$4.95

Don't just send a card this holiday season - send a thoughtful and sustainable gift of flowers. With these plantable greeting cards, your gift will keep on giving, long after the holidays end. Choose from 4 designs.

 

* A portion of each sale is donated to plant trees in the US National Forests.
** All orders shipped 100% Plastic-Free in Recycled boxes.

DETAILS

  • Includes one plantable, seeded greeting card with a recycled envelope.
  • The card paper is embedded with a colorful variety of wildflower seeds that will grow just about anywhere.
  • The seeds are tested to be non-GMO and non-invasive.
  • Each card is blank inside so you can personalize with your custom message.
  • Printed on 100% recycled paper with 100% Post-Consumer Waste Content - that means no trees were cut in making this card !
  • Printed with 100% soy-based inks so there are no harmful chemicals, bleaches or residues in the soil.
  • Each card and the paper as well, is handmade with love in California, USA.
  • Growing instructions are printed on the back of each card as well, to make it easy for the recipient. 

MATERIALS / INGREDIENTS

Card is 100% recycled paper with 100% Post-Consumer Waste Content. Envelope is also recycled paper. 

WILDFLOWER SEED CONTENTS

SNOWFLAKE CARD: Alyssum, Catchfly, Siberian Wallflower, Black-eyed Susan and Baby Blue Eyes. 

JOY CARD: Annual Gaillardia, Baby's Breath, Catchfly, Siberian Wallflower, Chinese Houses, Baby Blue-Eyes and California Bluebell.

REINDEER CARD: Alyssum, Catchfly, Siberian Wallflower, Black-eyed Susan and Baby Blue Eyes. 

WARMEST WISHES CARD: Alyssum, Catchfly, Siberian Wallflower, Black-eyed Susan and Baby Blue Eyes. 

PLANTING INFO (ALSO PRINTED ON CARD)

For best results, plant the card in an area that receives partial to full sunlight. Thoroughly moisten and plant in fine soil 1/4 inch deep. Generously water and keep moist until seeds germinate. Tend to them with love and watch them grow. The paper will decompose naturally into the soil as the seedlings grow.