PRODUCT DETAILS: NEW BEST SELLER! Growing Greetings 8.5" x 11" 20# Plant Me Printable Lotka Seeded Ink Jet Computer Paper.
Ink jet printers recommended. Laser printers are not recommended due to heat process may damage seeds.
Make your own bookmarks, notecards, invitations, announcements, showers, memorials, thank you's and more from your home computer!
Handmade seeded paper is made from a natural cotton fiber, Growing Greetings papers are tree free and have a luxuriant feel. Every effort is made to conserve water and resources in making the paper. No added chemicals or other agents to ensure that the process is as environmentally friendly as possible.
This North American Wildflower Mix contains:
15 annual and perennial species. Tolerates partial shade; needs 4 hours per day of direct sunlight and grows to about 3'. Contains: Mountain Garland, Siberian Wallflower, Shasta Daisy, Chinese Houses, Lance-leaved Coreopsis, Purple Coneflower, Spurred Snapdragon, Forget-Me-Not, Johnny-Jump-Up, Blue Pimpernel, Chinese Forget-me-not, European Columbine, Annual Candytuft, Sweet William, Foxglove, Annual Baby's Breath, Baby Blue Eyes and Corn Poppy. If you plant this paper in a pot or in a garden cover it with just 1/8" of soil and keep moist until established. These flowers need 4 hours a day of direct sunlight and grow about 3'.
DESIGNING: Purchase printable vellum paper or plantable seed paper sheets and print your text on it, hole punch the top of your paper and run ribbon through the top to your seeded paper
Tell your guests that the seed paper is plantable. The backside surface is slick and can be writing on.8.5" x 11" Lotka computer paper. This printable seed paper safe to print at home that will sprout flowers if planted. (25 Light Weight Sheets)
Lotka paper is made from the bark of the Daphne bush which regenerates naturally providing a renewable resource. This paper is acid free and your purchase will benefit the economic enterprise of rural craftspeople in Nepal. The seeded paper on your right can be planted in soil to produce a gift of flowers for the recipient of your correspondence.
PHOTOS: This picture shows one week of growth of see paper indoors under a grow light (watered several times a day).