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Six Sunflowers

Grow Through What You Go Through Plantable Postcard

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Fun and quirky plantable art print, made from tree-free, recycled cotton paper that's packed full of bee-friendly seeds! Illustrated with a smiley sunflower and a positive quote of "Grow Through What You Go Through".

A cheery illustration to display in your office, bedroom, or wherever you want to add a little pick me up... then plant when you're ready to grow some pretty flowers.

A planting guide is featured on the back, along with an empty space to write a message if you're gifting this to somebody else :)

🌻 plantable postcard
🌱wildflower seed mix of Sweet Alyssum, Poppy, Baby’s Breath & Rudbeckia
⭐ measures approx. 142 x 102mm


*we don't advise sending the postcard in the post without an envelope as it's likely to get damaged without one

**two postcards are featured in the photos to show both the front and back designs together, but you will receive one postcard per order


We print and cut all of our plantables by hand, and due to the rustic nature of seed paper, no two can be exactly the same... sometimes there can be small imperfections, but this just makes them more unique! 😉

🌍 planet friendly

Our plantable seed papers are tree-free! Made instead from 100% pre-consumer waste cotton that's packed full with bee-friendly seeds. When planted, the paper degrades naturally in the soil before growing into colourful and sweet smelling wildflowers that bees and other pollinators love! Posted to you in plastic free packaging that's fully recyclable/compostable after use.

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    recycled cotton paper

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    bee friendly

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    wildflower seeds

bee-friendly seed paper plantable

🌱 plant more, save the bees 🐝

Where would be without bees?! Those little buzzy guys are so vital in protecting our planet's eco-system. We depend on them to pollinate trees, flowers, fruit and veg crops. Without pollination, plants wouldn't make more seeds, which means no more new plants. So by planting more flowers, we can help bees out by giving them the food and energy they need to carrying on pollinating.

save the bees = protect wildlife habitats + food crops ✌