Plantable Seed Paper Thank You Cards

  • Available in a range of sizes
  • Fully customisable with your own design and branding
  • Contains a mix of pollinator-friendly wildflower seeds
  • Perfect for following up after a planet-friendly event or gathering
  • QR code ready
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Want to show people you care with a thoughtful seed paper thank you card you can grow!

Say thank you in style with a plantable thank you card from UK Seed Paper.

We can create a completely customised thank you card with your design and branding guidelines.

Need something right away? Speak to one of our account managers about express shipping to get your order in as little as 48 hours (Monday to Friday).

Our Seed Paper Thank You Cards Use 100% Recycled Material

Made from 100% post-consumer waste, embedded with seeds and zero waste these plantable wedding invitations will make quite the impact on your guests.

We believe strongly in using sustainable materials and manufacturing processes for all of our plantable products at UK Seed Paper.

Each plantable thank you card utilises a pollinator-friendly mix of wildflower seeds that are beneficial to insects birds and wildlife all across the country.

You’ll find a mix of Daisy Poppy and Forget Me Not seeds which are all incredibly beneficial to the UK’s wild spaces.

Got some questions about seed paper? Get in touch using our online seed paper enquiry form and one of our team will be in touch to discuss your project.

How To Plant /Grow Your Thank You Cards

Growing your seed paper is a really simple process but it’s important you follow all the right steps if you want to see flowers appearing in Spring.

We strongly recommend adding a ‘call to plant’ somewhere on your plantable thank you card to help your recipients through the process.

Here is a simple step-by-step guide to successfully germinating and growing your seed paper thank you cards:

  • Tear your plantable paper into small pieces
  • Soak your seed paper in water for around an hour to start breaking down the paper surrounding your seeds
  • Plant under approximately 1/4 inch of soil in March for the current season or September for the following Spring
  • Water at least once a day to ensure your paper and seeds don’t dry out (more than once on hot days)
  • You should start to see sprouts emerge after about 10-14 days

Some UK native wildflowers won’t bloom until the following year so make sure to not disturb your seed paper after it’s been planted.

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1% of every sale will be donated to Rewilding Britain via Work For Good.

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