Free Set Of 4 Earth Day Plantable Cards!Posted: April 15, 2013
Click here to get a set of 4 free Earth Day Growable Cards! Pretty cool! You actually plant your card in a pot of soil and water it and a bunch of wild flowers will grow out of the card! Plantable paper is special handmade paper embedded with wildflower seeds! Even I can probably handle this one!
Some questions you may have:
How Do I Plant My Earth Day Cards?
To plant your Earth Day card paper, first fill a pot with good-quality potting soil, about 2/3 full. Place the Earth Day card on top of the soil, trimming to fit. Cover your card with a thin layer of soil and water well, until the soil and card are evenly damp. Place the pot in a location with plenty of sun and keep moist until the plantable paper has germinated. This process takes about 7-10 days for the seeds to germinate.
During those first 10 days make sure to keep your pot nice and moist.
Once sprouts appear continue to keep your pot moist, but be careful not to overwater. Once your plants appear, water as needed.
How Long Will It Take To Grow My Plants?
That depends on various conditions. On average it takes about 3-4 weeks for the plants to fully grow.
How Many Earth Day Cards Can I Get?
You will get a set of 4 beautifully designed Earth Day cards.
How Many of Each Card Designs Do I Get?
You will get one of each card design.
Do I Have To Upload Anything To Get These Cards?
You do not have to upload any files. All you have to do is simply order your set of cards.
Is Shipping Free?
Shipping is absolutely free.
How Do They Ship?
We will mail the set of Earth Day cards to you.
When Do I Get It?
You will typically get your Earth Day Cards anywhere from two to three days after it has been shipped.
Can I Get These Cards If I Live Outside The U.S?
We only ship cards to individuals inside the U.S.(excluding Alaska and Hawaii).
What Kind Of Flowers/Plants Grow From These Cards?
The seed paper is embedded a variety of wild flower seeds.
Is Your Earth Day Card Paper Tree-Free?
Our Earth Day cards are printed on seed paper, which is made from recycled paper collected from local offices and schools.
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