• Their seed paper envelopes are a biodegradable eco-paper made with post-consumer materials and embedded with seeds. The seeds are 100% non-invasive wildflowers and can be easily planted in a pot of soil. The paper will compost away, leaving you with only lovely flowers. 
      • Directions: Remove sections of the envelope with glue and soak the paper in water overnight. Fill your planter with 2/3 soil and place seed paper inside. Add a light layer of soil on top. Place your planter in a sunny spot. Water well for at least 4-6 weeks. Once you see sprouts, you can choose to transplant them to an outdoor area.