Plantable Seed Paper At Work: Week 10

Happy Friday everyone! It struck me today that's it's been a while since the last time I updated you on what's been going on with our planted seed paper here at the office. Long story short – a LOT. See for yourself!

plantable seed paper

plantable seed paper

plantable seed paper

plantable seed paper

As you can see, they've grown a whole bunch! The bigger bloom has been growing steadily for a couple weeks now, and the more yellow bloom just started this week. It looks like we've got a lot of new ones that will start in the future too, there's buds all over the place.

We did transplant our flowers a few weeks ago too, after coming in one Monday morning and finding them rather droopy after the weekend, we thought maybe they needed a little more room to breathe. And they did! After about an hour, they'd perked right back up.

Because the wildflowers are now changing so often, we've been taking a lot more photos – we just don't always get time to post them to the blog. So if you want to see what we're up to on a daily basis, check out the Botanical PaperWorks Facebook page. Don't be afraid to say hello!

If you'd like to see more photos, visit our last planted paper posts, Seed Paper Planting Instructions, and Plantable Seed Paper at Work.

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