How to plant

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Now that you probably know a little bit more about seed paper... we must address the question that is on every lip... How do I plant my seed paper items? Follow us step by step to start growing your beautiful wildflowers. You'll see, it's very simple. 

Step 1 | Prepare the soil 

Before getting started, you must find the place you want to plant your paper. It can be inside or outside, but make sure you choose a place that has sunshine at least a few hours a day. Since most of our flowers are annuals, they won't grow again the year after if you plant outside (in spring or summer). If you plant inside, you will need to take care of them a little bit more (water them often, make sure they have enough soil, ect.) So both planting inside and outside have their advantages and disadvantages. Once you have found the perfect spot, fill it with soil (any type of soil). 
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Step 2 | Plant the paper 

Now that the soil is ready, tear the paper into small pieces or lay it flat on the soil surface. Make sure you layer the paper directly on the soil and not one on top of another. Once the surface has a good paper coverage, take a tiny bit of soil and spread it on top of the paper. And by a tiny bit, we mean a very tiny bit. Put maximum 1/8 in on top of the paper. Then, put a little bit of water and, voilà!

Step 3 | Care 

Told you it was easy! Now, the fun part begins. For the first few weeks, do not allow the soil to become dry. We want the soil to stay moist, not soaked. The paper will decompose and the seeds will germinate after a few weeks. When you see tiny green leaves coming out, you are on the right path my friend. To make sure it continues to grow, water it at least once a week if indoor, and let the nature take care of it if outdoor. Please remember, nature doesn't rush! It might take a few weeks before you start seeing any changes. And the flowers won't appear until a few months later. It is the beauty of nature, isn't it?

 

 

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