Seed paper card Tarkuse taimelava (The seedbed of wisdom)


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Planting the seed paper:

  1. Find a warm and sunny spot for the seed paper. You can also plant the seed paper indoors and later replant it in the garden.
  2. Place the card on the soil and cover it with a thin layer of soil. The soil covering the paper should not be thicker than a few millimetres!
  3. Water the seed paper well and regularly: it must be kept moist all the time.
  4. Flower seeds start to sprout in 2–3 weeks. Some seeds need more time for sprouting than others, so be patient!
  5. Flowers are fully grown and start to bloom in approximately three months.

Dimensions: 10.3 × 14.7 cm

The seed mixture includes field forget-me-not (Myosotis arvensis), common poppy (Papaver rhoeas) and ox-eye daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare).

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