What seeds are in Bloom Cards wildflower paper? Does plantable seed paper really grow? How do you plant wildflower seed paper? You'll be able to find the answers to the most commonly asked questions here. If you can't find the answer you're looking for, email me at hello@suzannemariepaperie.co.uk

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What are your shipping times?

I aim to despatch all orders within 1-3 business days. Custom and personalised orders may take a little longer and if this is the case I will let you know.

I offer FREE Royal Mail 2nd Class shipping on all orders. This typically takes 2-4 business days. For faster delivery, you can also upgrade at the checkout to 1st Class or 24 hour tracked.

For further information, please see my Shipping Policy.

Can I return my order?

If you want to return an item, please contact me by email at hello@suzannemariepaperie.co.uk within 30 days of receiving your item with details of the reason for your return.

Click here to view my Refund Policy.

What seeds are in Bloom Cards Wildflower paper?

Each Bloom Card contains a mix of Poppy, Sweet Alyssum, Rudbeckia and Baby's Breath seeds. These are easy to grow, non-invasive plants and are great for attracting bees and other pollinators to the garden.

Does plantable seed paper really grow?

It certainly does! Like all seeds, the right environment is needed to ensure successful germination. The seeds in my Wildflower paper grow best in bright light and around 20-25°C. If you keep your seeds warm, well watered and give them plenty of light you should see your seedlings starting to grow in around 7-10 days.

How do you plant Bloom Cards?

To grow your Bloom Cards simply soak the paper for 12-24 hours, tear the paper into pieces and place into a pot of damp seed compost. Stand the pot somewhere warm and sunny and water regularly. Don't let the paper dry out.

For more tips and ideas on growing your seed paper click here.

Are the seeds in your paper edible?

No, please do not eat the seeds in this paper. Whilst none of the seeds in my Bloom Cards are toxic, it is not recommended that they or the plants grown from them are eaten.

If a person or pet has eaten some of the seeds or plants, please seek advice from a medical professional.