A gorgeous, eco-friendly gift that grows. forget-me-not’s are sweet, tiny blue cottage garden flowers which hold sentimental feelings for many.
Easy to grow, these seeds can be sown in part shade and are equally as happy in pots or in the garden. Sow in summer and autumn at a depth of 3mm. Flowers will bloom in late winter and early spring.
Featuring illustrations by Melbourne artist Daniella Germain, this Gift of Seeds is designed and made in Australia and printed on 100% post consumer waste recycled card. The seeds enclosed are also packaged in a recycled envelope.
Our products are designed to promote a connection with nature and enjoy simple pleasures.
Features: • Greeting card and gift combined • Recycled envelope, seeds and plant label included • Great gift for posting (requires two postage stamps) • Australian made • Plastic free • 100% recycled and recyclable
Complimentary gift wrapping and personal message when sending directly to the recipient.
Seed variety: Myosotis
Our seeds are non-hybrid, open pollinated, non GMO varieties sourced from reputable suppliers both within Australia and abroad.
Each Gift of Seeds contains at least 25 seeds, or similar to what you would expect to find in a nursery bought standard seed packet.
Seeds should be stored in a cool, dry place for best long term viability.
We recommend a shelf life of approximately 2 years for our Gifts of Seeds to ensure good germination rates
About the Brand
Embedded and inspired by nature, Sow ’n Sow believes in purposeful gifting that doesn’t cost the planet.
Sow 'n Sow in Country Style Magazine
From a small seed of an idea, Sow ’n Sow was dreamt up by founder Michelle Brady combining her love of gardening and flair for design back in 2010.
We have created a range of memorable gifts to grow your own way. Proudly made in Australia with 100% recycled materials, our products feature designs by talented Australian artists.
We tread lightly and create intentionally. Our gifts are enjoyed for months as they blossom and grow and our packaging is fully compostable completing its full cycle back to earth.
Whether it’s for the crazy plant mum in your life, or your best mate that needs a little encouragement keeping their green friends alive, our gifts will bring joy to the inner gardener in everyone.
Home for us is the hills of Maleny on the Sunshine Coast. We love getting our hands in the soil and hope our gifts encourage all they reach to get outside and play in the dirt – because life is too short to always have clean fingernails.
Michelle works closely with the designer and illustrator Daniella Germain who’s stunning illustrations adorn most products. A dedicated team assemble products by hand and dispatch orders from the Sow ‘n Sow studio.
Products are stocked in hundreds of boutique gift shops, florists, book stores, nurseries, newsagencies and eco-retailers Australia wide.
Sow ‘n Sow’s Gifts of Seeds & Gift Tags are printed in Australia on 100% post consumer waste recycled card using soy based inks. The card itself is also produced in Australia, is compostable and recyclable.
We package our seeds in Australian made recycled paper envelopes, within our beautiful packaging. Our Gifts of Seeds are supplied with a brown kraft envelope for mailing. These are also produced in Australia on 100% recycled paper.
Our Flower Presses are hand crafted in Australia from sustainably sourced FSC certified MDF with recycled cardboard inserts. They are then assembled with care in our Sunshine Coast studio.
Our Pop Up Pots are made of 100% recycled, non toxic, certified carbon neutral polypropylene. The material and the production itself is 100% made in Australia. The packaging is also produced entirely in Australia on 100% recycled sheet.
We believe in the gifting of products which don’t end up in landfill. Our Gifts of Seeds have a purpose, which is to grow into a beautiful flower or herb to be enjoyed for many months after the initial gifting. Watching a seed germinate and slowly grow into a beautiful plant is a wonder and a joy.
Jivita Pty Ltd acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet and create, the Wurundjeri people. We pay our respect to their elders past, present and extend that respect to all Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander people today.
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