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20 Forget-me-not Seed Paper Hearts

£14.99 Inc VAT

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Lovely Forget-me-not seed paper hearts wedding favours which will grow into flowers if planted. Each plantable paper heart measures 4 inches at its widest point. Pack of 20. This thick recycled paper is made especially for us in the UK so you won’t find it elsewhere!

These Forget-me-not seed paper hearts are available only in white at the moment, so please choose that option above. Brief planting instructions will be stamped on the back of each heart.

About Forget-me-nots

Forget-me-nots are best sown in the Autumn so that they flower the following spring.  They produce masses of tiny, delicate blue flowers with yellow centres.  Once you have them they will self-seed all over the garden! The plant’s Latin name – myosotis – derives from the Latin for mouse ear, which the leaves tend to resemble.

Forget-me-nots have been around since the late 1300’s when Henry IV took the plant as his emblem.  It was known as Scorpion Grass, according to the herbalist Gerard (1633),  because its flowerhead was thought to resemble a scorpion’s tail.  Therefore it was also believed to cure the sting of a scorpion, and snake and dog bites.

 In German folklore, a knight picked Forget-me-not for his love as they walked by a river.  He tripped and fell in but before he drowned he threw his love the flowers and cried  “Forget me not!”

In days of old, blacksmiths kept a bunch of Forget-me-nots in their forge to protect horses from injury.  In the language of flowers, Forget-me-nots are symbolic of true love.

Uses for Forget-me-not seed paper hearts

Table place settings – write your guests’ names on them

Wedding favours

Table plan – use our pretty pegs to attach them to string maybe

Craft projects

Enclose a heart with each wedding invitations to remind your guests of your wedding date!

Send them to guests to save the date!

How to plant Forget-me-not seed paper hearts

Forget-me-nots are best sown in Autumn to flower in spring.  Simply place a heart shape on top of a pot of compost and water in. It is vital for germination success not to allow the paper to dry out! Place somewhere warm and light to germinate. Once seedlings have grown into strong plants, plant outside in a sunny spot for a splash of blue flowers! We do not recommend planting directly into the garden due to the risk of slugs and mice eating the seeds/seedlings!  A planting instruction card will be sent with the hearts and each heart will also have brief planting instructions stamped on one side.

We have added a photo of the paper starting to germinate.  Unfortunately the paper is not printable.

How to plant seed paper