When I was reading Women’s Health Magazine (September 2011 issue) there was a small write up entitled “Plant-a-paper,” which talked about paperpod seedpaper. It’s recycled paper with a twist. Enmeshed within the sheet of recycled paper pulp are actual seeds that you can grow. After writing on the paper, don’t throw it in the trashcan, throw it in your garden, and use it to grow different plants. So far here are the things that I’ve learned about seedpaper:
How to plant your seedpaper:
1.) Run water over it to moisten the paper.
2.) Put it in a plastic bag.
3.) Seal the plastic bag.
4.) Wait for the sprouts to appear.
5.) Transfer the sprouts to a pot of soil.
6.) Wait for the seeds to grow.
The kinds of plants that are available in seedpaper:
7.) Moss rose
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