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EASY TO GROW PINK & RED POPPYS | BEST SOWN IN AUTUMB & WINTER | SUSTAINABLE GIFT & CARD | MAILING ENVELOPE & PLANT LABEL INCLUDED | RECYCLED PACKAGING
Looking for a conscious, low waste and DIY present for a plant lover friend?
Sow n Sow’s Poppy Gift of Seeds with help you brighten someone’s day with a pop of colour! The seeds will grow and bloom into beautifully elegant, bright pink & red flowers with serrated green leaves. These gorgeous poppies are sown best in Autumn and Winter.
This seed packet is designed with gorgeous illustrative artwork by Daniella Germain and provides for the perfect little low waste & stylish gift.
Giving this as a gift and not sure what card to get? Not to worry! These recycled craft paper pots have a message section on the back that can be used as a card so you can add your little message to the gift itself! Talk about convenient, am I right?
Passionate gardener, Michelle, founded Sow n Sow with the purpose of making sustainable and thoughtful gifting accessible to all. Michelle herself was always sending seeds to her friends and before long, this gifting became the start of something so much bigger.
Doubling as a card and a gift, Sow n’ Sow soon became a collection of beautiful, sustainable, and thoughtful gifts that grow and grow! Designed with the intention to promote a connection with nature, these little packets are a reminder of life’s simple pleasures!
Each easy-to-grow seed selection is packaged in post-consumer recycled materials and 100% recycled paper Pop Up Pots that post as a letter. They then pop up into a sweet & stylish little pot ready for planting!
How to use
Poppies are beautiful flowers that are easy to grow from seed and should be sown in autumn and winter. Their delicate orange/ red flowers will blossom in late winter and spring.
The seeds should be scattered in a sunny spot and covered with only a very thin layer of soil as they need light to encourage germination.
End of life
Simply place in your home recycling bin or tear up and place in your home compost bin.