Growing seed paper not only gives you beautiful plants, but it's environmentally friendly too! Not to mention it's an awesome craft idea for kids, so get ready to start growing your own garden no matter where you live!
Grow Seed Paper in a Pot
You need a pot or tray to start sprouting your seedlings. Fill your chosen receptacle with moist soil or compost – ideally peat-free! Don't pack the soil too tightly and place aside for the next step.
Cut or Rip Seed Paper into Bits
Cut or rip your seed paper in to small pieces and place in your pot or tray. Push the seed paper down gently and cover under approximately 1/8 inch of soil or compost.
Wildflower seeds to help insects
Our seed paper contains a variety of wildflowers perfect for pollinators
Eco alternative to paper
Instead of cutting down trees, your planting them
Great for education
Perfect for teaching kids and young adults the joy of horticulture
Water Seed Paper Regularly
It's very important that you keep the seed paper and soil moist but not oversaturated. Check on it daily to ensure there is enough moisture for the seeds within the paper to germinate.
Watch your Seed Paper Grow
In no time at all you'll be watching your plantable paper bloom in to wildflowers of all varieties. UK Seed Paper has a wide range of seed paper products perfect for arts, crafts, gifts and more...
When should I plant the wildflower seeds in the paper?
Wildflower meadows are an elegant and low maintenance alternative to lawns, providing a fine floral display that can be enjoyed for months on end. Sow your seeds in March or April to avoid the risks of winter. On lighter soils, autumn-sown seeds will generally germinate and establish quickly; but on heavier ones they may need another month before emerging from their seed coating but are at risk from waterlogging which could cause rot.
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