Natural, eco-friendly and plant based skincare, and plantable packaging that turns into flowers, and plants.
Plant under soil and water daily
Watch it grow into flowers and plants
Amazing for bees, butterflies insects and our eco system
How does our packaging work?
Our Plantable Packaging is made from a biodegradable eco-paper that is made with post-consumer materials (so no trees are harmed) and embedded with seeds during production. When the paper is planted in a pot of soil, the seeds grow and the paper composts away. All that is left is flowers, herbs or vegetables, and ABSOLUTELY ZERO WASTE.
Grow flowers and plants, which is beneficial to the important pollinators such as honeybees.
All of the seeds which used embedded in our packaging are selected in consultation with conservational biologists to ensure that the wildflowers are appropriate for the pollinating (bees).
Take your plantable packaging (look closely and you'll see the seeds embedded).
In a plant pot: water your packaging and place on top of soil. Leave for 48 hours before placing 1/8 inch of soil on top
Water daily and keep in sunlight. After 7 - 14 days of planting, your packaging will begin to sprout
Enjoy nurturing your plant and watching it grow into plants and flowers. Our packaging is embedded with Wildflower seeds so what flowers you will grow will be a surprise.
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers
Are the seeds invasive, and in what countries is it safe to plant the packaging?
We only use seeds that are tested and approved for planting in the UK, EU and many other countries worldwide. Our plantable packaging is accredited in the Phytosanitary Certification Program for Seeds (CPCPS), which means that we ensure that the seeds brought into our facility are tested for purity by a CFIA or AOSA (Association of Official Seed Analysts) accredited seed testing laboratory to ensure that it meets the noxious weed requirements.
Although the seeds may not be native to the area, none of the seeds we use are invasive species. The difference being that invasive species have a negative impact on the eco-system when planted, while non-native will have either a neutral or positive impact when planted!