About Seed Paper
1. What seeds are in the paper?
The plantable paper we use contains the highest quality mix of wildflower seeds, with both annual and perennial flowers.
- Bird's Eye
- Black Eyed Susan
- Sweet Alyssum
2. Are the seeds safe?
Absolutely. The seeds used in our plantable paper are tested and approved for planting in Canada, and many other countries around the world. All the seeds are NON-GMO, and are not considered to be invasive species in North America.
The paper is made in Canada from post-consumer products and is accredited by the Canadian Phytosanitary Certification Program for Seeds (CPCPS) which means all seeds are tested for purity by a CFIA or AOSA (Association of Official Seed Analysts) in an accredited laboratory.
3. How do I grow my seed paper?
You can read exactly how to grow your seed paper here!
4. Do I have to plant my card right away?
No, you don't have to! You can keep the card on display until you're ready to plant and enjoy the next phase of it's lifecycle. Seed paper doesn't have an expiry date, but after about 2 years the germination rates will start to slowly decline. Whether you decide to plant it, put it on display, or tuck away as a keepsake, it will be a beautiful reminder of the person who gave it to you.
5. When is the best time to plant my seed paper?
You can plant seed paper indoors, all year round! If you'd prefer to plant outdoors, you can plant in the spring through the fall.
6. Where is the paper made?
The paper is all Canadian made - the cards are printed in Guelph, ON.
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