Growingcard (250 grams)
Growingcard feels like a firm card and is handcrafted in South Africa with a lot of love and passion. The biodegradable seed paper has a beautiful natural appearance with clearly visible seeds. It is made from 100% recycled paper that is processed by hand into a "seed paper pulp". No chemicals have been added to this, only water. Our supplier is a social enterprise that provides permanent employment, living wages and training to more than 30 people in the local community.
- Bee and butterfly mix of 8 different wild flowers: Antirrhinum, Godetia, Gypsophyla, Dorotheanthus, Virginian stocks, Poppys, Alyssum and Dianthus baby doll
- Forget-me-not seeds.
Growingpaper (80 grams)
- The original Dutch Growingpaper.
- 100% recycled.
- Biodegradable paper
- Clearly visible seeds
- Made of two thin layers of paper, with seeds in between, that are glued together with potato starch.
- Bee and butterfly mix of 8 different wild flowers: antirrhinum, godetia, gypsophyla, dorotheanthus, petunia, poppys, alyssum and foxglove.
- Herbmix: parsley, thyme, and basil.
Our priority is to ensure that the seeds in our seed paper actually sprout. That is why we print with specially adapted printers and with biodegradable ink. Because printing on growing paper with a regular printer or laserprinter will damage the seeds and they will no longer germinate. Our printers are adjusted in such a way that the seeds have enough space. Planting growing paper in the soil is carefree. Our ink is completely biodegradable.
With a growing paper card you don't leave any waste behind. That fits perfectly in a circular economy! In a circular economy, we ensure that all products are reused for something else. Give your business mailing, marketing campaign, flyer or other communication a sustainable touch by printing it on growing paper. Your customers are not left with paper waste, but with flowers! Order your own design on growing paper.
Let it grow!
Take good care of your growing paper and your words will bloom!
First make the paper very wet and place it indoors in a pot or outside in the garden on the soil. Cover the growing paper with about 1 cm of soil. Water your paper every day so that it stays moist. The first plants will germinate after about a week, but in most cases you see the first green sprouts in a few days. The best time to plant outside is from mid-May to October. Inside a jar it can be done all year round. Make sure to always provide sufficient light, heat and water.
Check all the tips to make your seed paper grow.
Our test gardens
We test all types of seed paper in our test gardens, both indoors and outdoors. We test for germination, quality and results. Growing paper really grows and blooms!