Growing Tomato Seed Paper

We’ve already shown you what happens when you plant carrot seed paper (carrot seed paper is used to make the plantable menu cards that are part of our plantable wedding collections). Today we thought we’d show you the tomato plants we have growing from another batch of our seed paper – this batch was made for an order of custom promotional items.

tomato plant growing from tomato seed paper

Pretty fun, hey? We’re always planting our paper in everyday conditions to make sure you can plant it just as easily.

We’ll keep you posted on how they continue to grow. Right now, they’re about 8 weeks old, and look like they’re just about ready to split into individual pots. We’ll have to do that soon.

Hmm, maybe we should grow some basil seed paper from our Plantable Yummy Cards Set, and make a Caprese Salad when they both fully grow!

Caprese salad made from seed paper

Cabrese Salad photo from allrecipes.com user What a Dish!

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