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How To Grow Your Plantable Business Cards

The key steps to successfully growing seed paper are:

  • Rip your seed paper business card into small pieces
  • Give your seed paper a quick soak in water to loosen the paper
  • Plant under roughly a 1/4 inch of soil in March for the current season or September for the following Spring
  • Water at least once a day to keep your paper saturated
  • You’ll begin to notice small sprouts emerging in about 10-14 days!

Some wildflowers won’t sprout and bloom until the following year so make sure to not disturb the area where you’ve planted your seed paper

Prepare Your Seed Paper For Planting

For the best results plant your seed paper from March-April or late September in preparation for the following Spring.

While you can plant seed paper in sheets, it’s actually much more effective to tear your seed paper into small pieces in preparation for planting.

Next, you’ll need to find a suitable pot or area to plant your seed paper. Try to find a sunny spot that’s protected from strong wind for the best results.

Choose Your Growing Medium

Seeds and eventually flowers need lots of nutrients to grow and thrive.

If you’re using a receptacle fill your pot with either soil or compost (peat-free is preferable), don’t pack it too tightly and place it aside for the next step.

If you’re planting in a wild area take some time to aerate the soil before you begin to plant your paper.

Plant Your Seed Paper

Saturate your seed paper in water and place your torn-up pieces under a thin layer of soil and cover. 

Cover under approximately 1/8 inch of soil or compost and make sure not to pack the soil too tightly.

Water generously (without waterlogging) on a daily basis and wait for small shoots to emerge before reducing your watering to twice a week.

Watch Your Flowers Grow & Thrive

In no time at all, you’ll be watching your plantable paper bloom into wildflowers of all varieties. 

Wildflower meadows are an elegant and low-maintenance alternative to lawns, providing a fine floral display that can be enjoyed for months on end.