Growing paper, also called seed paper, is a surprising type of paper and consists of 2 thin layers of paper with seeds in between. The growth paper can be composed of different seeds. The unique thing about personalised growth paper is that when the message is read, this promotional product can flourish in 4 simple steps into a plant of choice. The growth paper therefore gives a lasting impression on the recipient and is even completely biodegradable.

Do you want to convey a message in an original, sustainable and green way? Then these plantable cards are a real attention grabber! Personalized growth paper stands out among standard paper types and can even be reused. Printed growth paper with your own design creates a growing and flourishing expression with a high attention value and is often used for mailings, flyers and (wish) cards.    


You can print your own decorative papers in the shapes and sizes of A4, A5 and A6 postcards, business cards, bookmarks or even in a die-cut form of your choice. Think of the shape of a product, company logo or work area with seeds of your choice. In short, the possibilities this plantable paper can be integrated into marketing and communication purposes are endless.

This plantable card is made from 100% recycled cotton and is embedded with seeds. Soak this card in water for 24 hours, then cover with a thin layer of well composted soil. Plant inside in Spring or Summer in a warm, light place or directly outside when the soil is ready and keep the card moist until seeds have germinated.  The reasons why a seed does not grow can be many and varied, that is why Leoprinting is not responsible for the growth of the seeds.
Leoprinting is a reliable partner when it comes to communicating your message. We give free advice on the graphic design of your logo or advertising message and think with you about a good strategy. Creativity and quality are our priorities. Request a quote or contact us for more information.

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