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Recycled Wedding Favour Seed Packet – Elephants

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Brilliant packet of seeds, designed especially for us – a fab recycled wedding favour seed packet.  This would be the perfect wedding favour if you are going on your honeymoon to Thailand, or India for example; or simply if you just love elephants!  The seed packet is personalised with your wedding details – please advise them above.  The packet measures 9 x 12 cm and is made from quality recycled manilla paper, made to our specification.  We have a choice of seeds for you – please choose from the menu above.  The reverse of the packet has the sowing instructions.   You will get around a gram of seeds.

All of these seeds are brilliant for butterflies, bees and moths so you will be helping nature by giving your guests seeds as favours!

How to sow our seeds

Our Grow Some Love recycled seed packet wedding favour is very easy to sow – simply choose a sunny, weed-free spot (or a pot of peat-free compost) and sprinkle on the seeds.  No need to cover them with soil/compost – just gently press them into the soil.  Water well and wait for them to germinate, watering if necessary.

Seed sowing instructions
Seed sowing instructions

Some notes on the seeds available in our Grow Some Love recycled seed packet wedding favour

The wildflower seed mix contains Corn Marigold, Cornflower, Poppy and Corn Chamomile

The butterfly mix and bee seed mix include Lesser Knapweed, Cornflower, Field Scabious, Corn Marigold and Wild Marjoram

The chilli seeds are Jalapeno chillis

The Lavender variety is Vera

The Forget-me-not seeds are the wild Field Forget-me-not – myosotis arvensis

 

Elephants
Elephants in sanctuary in Cambodia

If you are going to a destination for your honeymoon (or holiday) where elephants are ridden by tourists, please think seriously by not supporting this.  They suffer terribly and are often cruelly treated, all in the name of tourism.  Take a look at this video of elephants in a sanctuary in Cambodia, they are happy, feeling creatures who deserve man’s respect, not his abuse.