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  • Christmas Bee, Oh Christmas Bee
    Christmas Bee, Oh Christmas Bee
  • Christmas Bee, Oh Christmas Bee
    Christmas Bee, Oh Christmas Bee

Christmas Bee, Oh Christmas Bee

A plantable greeting card
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Oh Christmas Bee, O Christmas Bee, how lovely are your flowers. That's how the song goes, right? We thought so. That's why we made this plantable greeting card.
Highlights

Mixed flower seeds
Postcard made of seed-paper
Certified organic seeds
Plant the seed-paper, and watch your flowers grow
Perfect greeting card for the holidays

About

Oh Christmas Bee, O Christmas Bee, how lovely are your flowers. That's how the song goes, right? We thought so. That's why we made this plantable greeting card for you to give to a friend or loved one. All they have to do is plant the seed-paper postcard in soil, and before long they will have a lovely bouquet of assorted flowers for their windowsill. So you all can sing whatever plantastic Christmas carols you like. And thanks to these flowers, maybe a Christmas bee will join in the Christmas cheer!

How it works

  • Tear the card up into tiny pieces, ideally so that each piece has one seed in it.

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  • Soak the snippets in some water for a few hours.

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  • Place the pieces of paper on the soil, press them down firmly and cover them lightly with soil or sand. Covering your planter with foil or glass is the best way to retain moisture.

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  • After 2-3 weeks the first seeds will germinate! Now you can transplant them into larger pots or into the bed.

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FAQ

Find the most frequently asked questions below.

Yes, it really works! If you follow all the growing tips, beautiful plants will grow out of the seed paper.

Simply tear up the cards, soak the snippets in some water and put them in soil. See further the instructions above!

Yes! If you store the seeds in a cool, dry place, you can still sow them next year. Naturally, a seed’s ability to germinate decreases over time, so you shouldn't wait too long before sowing. But you can keep them for a year or two. 

We sell our products at numerous Christmas markets in Germany every year. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, we made the difficult decision to cancel our Christmas market stalls in 2020. We are back in action come Christmas 2022 so if you find yourself in Germany this Winter, grab yourself a Glühwein or hot chocolate, and come and say hello!