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Whimsical Wildflower Wishes

Wildflower Wishes are both unique and sustainable, making it the perfect present to brighten someone’s day.

They’ll write their wishes on the enclosed ‘wish papers’, plant them in soil, sprinkle over the 'wish dust' and watch their ‘wishes’ grow…beautiful UK wildflowers.

The wish papers are 100% biodegradable and are made from recycled materials. They’re embedded with a range of UK wildflower seeds such as meadow buttercup, red campion and musk mallow. The paper will break down and the seeds will bloom and grow.

OK, so whilst they may not win the lottery or marry a film star as a result, writing down your goals not only helps you remember them, but also encourages you to focus on them. And if you focus on them, it follows that you’re more likely to achieve them, right? A gift of flower growth and self-growth!

Plus, you will be helping your local wildlife in the process so it’s an eco-conscious gift too.

Planting wildflowers adds natural beauty to windowsills or gardens and these nectar-rich plants help support dwindling populations of native pollinators such as butterflies, moths and bees.

Full planting and growing instructions are provided. They can be planted indoors at any time of year.

Whimsical Wildflower Wishes are a fun and inventive seed gift, perfect for anyone who has hopes, dreams, goals or aspirations – which is just about everyone! It’s designed to spark the imagination and inspire the recipient to reach for their dreams.

Each Wildflower Wishes contains:

  • 3 pretty ‘wish papers’ embedded with native UK wildflower seeds.
  • 'Wish dust' containing chamomile, corn cockle, cornflower, marigold and poppy seeds and biodegradable glitter.
  • A wooden plant marker
  • Planting instructions
  • A wildflower identification guide.
  • All enclosed in letterbox friendly and recyclable packaging, decorated with a pretty floral design. It can be posted anywhere in the UK with a large letter stamp.

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