Growing Tomato Seed Paper: Week 11

A few weeks ago, we showed you the first photo of some growing tomato seed paper that’s currently in our Botanical PaperWorks store. Just in case you missed it, here’s what they looked like then, 8 weeks after being planted.

tomato seed paper growing botanical paperworks

There were so many little plants, we transplanted all of them into a more spacious home in bigger pots. Even the tiniest of sprouts got moved. Well, it looks like these guys liked what we did, take a look at them now! 11 weeks of water and sunlight, and they’re almost ready to go into the garden. We just need some warmer weather, and we’ll do just that.

tomato seed paper growing botanical paperworks

And those little sprouts? Look how strong they are, too! A little smaller, but it’s only because they took their time in making an appearance. Quality takes time, you know.

tomato seed paper growing botanical paperworks

We’re currently up to about 10 plants from a small 3″ x 3″ piece of seed paper, so we hope everyone here likes tomatoes!


Learn more about this special paper made by Botanical PaperWorks that uses post-consumer materials and is embedded with seeds so that it will grow when planted!

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