This biodegradable confetti is perfect for an eco-friendly wedding or a green baby shower. When thrown outside, as done in the Martha Stewart Weddings Winter Issue and the wedding of Martha’s assistant Liesl Menning to Kevin Haynie, the five petal seed confetti will grow into wildflowers. It’s eco-friendly, fun and so memorable!
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Quantity: Approximately 350 biodegradable confetti pieces per bag.
Size: 7/8" in diameter
Wildflower Seed Mix: Grows a blend of colorful wildflowers including Bird’s Eye, Clarkia, Black Eyed Susan, Sweet Alyssum, Catchfly and Snapdragon.
Shipping: Please refer to our shipping guidelines for details and current lead time estimates.
Plant seed paper under 1/8" of soil. Water thoroughly. Place in a sunny corner and keep moist during germination.
Learn more about how seed paper works.
– October 31, 2020
Just more that i expected 🙂 perfect
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