Bluebird Plantable Wildflower Seed Card

Bluebird Plantable Wildflower Seed Card

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These greeting cards feature our original illustration of a bluebird (Sialia sialis). They are printed on cream-colored seeded paper made from post-consumer waste. Embedded in this plantable paper is a mix of wildflower seeds: bird’s eye, clarkia, black-eyed Susan, sweet alyssum, catchfly, and snapdragon.

  • A2 Size / 4.25 x 5.5 in / 10.8 x 14 cm
  • Recycled kraft envelope included
  • Folded and blank inside
  • Planting instructions and seed list on the back
  • 2 year shelf life for best germination
  • Non-GMO seeds are considered safe and non-invasive for planting in the USA, Canada, and EU
  • For best results, store in a cool, dry place

10% of profits are donated to LGBTQ+ and ecological organizations. Learn more about donations here.

Illustration by Vincent Frano.

How to Plant

To plant your card, cover it with 1/8” of soil in full to partial sun and keep it moist until the seeds establish. With proper care, sprouts will emerge in 4-6 days—your easiest DIY project ever.

You can rest easy knowing that all our seeds are non-GMO and considered safe and non-invasive for planting in the USA, Canada, and EU.

See more detailed instructions and tips here.

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F. Harrell
Quality Cards that Keep on Giving....

I received a birthday card a few months ago and was pleasantly surprised to see that the unique and beautiful card could be planted and produce flowers! Such a clever idea...So I went on the website and purchased a box of assorted cards and several individual cards for friends. I love these cards..they are personal, beautiful, excellent quality, and a very good value. Most birthday cards stay on display for a couple of weeks, then go into a drawer or the recycle. But, these go into a pot and the seeds in the paper produce herbs or flowers! Great idea!!

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Barbara M.
Double the usefulness and beauty of this card

Beautiful rendition of a blue bird and great that it can be recycled to grow wild plants!!

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