Mini Watering Can Filled With Wildflower Seed Bombs and Seeded Paper - Hostess Gift, Teacher Gift, Mother's Day Gift
Mini Watering Can Filled With Wildflower Seed Bombs and Seeded Paper - Hostess Gift, Teacher Gift, Mother's Day Gift
Mini Watering Can Filled With Wildflower Seed Bombs and Seeded Paper - Hostess Gift, Teacher Gift, Mother's Day Gift
Mini Watering Can Filled With Wildflower Seed Bombs and Seeded Paper - Hostess Gift, Teacher Gift, Mother's Day Gift
Mini Watering Can Filled With Wildflower Seed Bombs and Seeded Paper - Hostess Gift, Teacher Gift, Mother's Day Gift
Mini Watering Can Filled With Wildflower Seed Bombs and Seeded Paper - Hostess Gift, Teacher Gift, Mother's Day Gift
Paper Sprouts

Mini Watering Can Filled With Wildflower Seed Bombs and Seeded Paper - Hostess Gift, Teacher Gift, Mother's Day Gift

Here's the perfect little gift for your favorite gardener or hostess. Each watering can is filled with 10 wildflower seed bombs and finished off with a multilayer white flower made from seeded paper.

The seed bombs measure approximately 3/4" - 1" in size and the flower measures about 2 1/4" in diameter.

They will come packaged in a mini watering can in your choice of colors. The watering can measures about 2 1/2" in diameter with an overall length of about 5 1/2" including the spout and handle. Total height of the can with the flower is about 4"

Planting the paper is easy. Simply find a sunny spot in a garden (or pot), plant the paper and seed bombs under a thin layer of soil, water thoroughly and after a few weeks your seeds will sprout! After that, continue to monitor the soil to ensure the plants are receiving adequate water and light.

For more information on plantable paper including seeds used and other FAQ's, please visit my shop policies page here:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/PaperSprouts/policy?ref=shopinfo_policies_leftnav

Please see my shop announcement for current processing times. Rush orders are available. Please contact me if you need your item sooner.

I am only shipping to the United States currently due to customs restrictions regarding live seeds.