How to plant our Seed Paper

Our Seed Paper grows into a plant after it’s been used. Plant it to watch it grow!

Follow the 3 steps bellow:

1) Soak the Seed Paper in a bit of water for about 1 to 2 hours.

2)  Cut it up and carefully place it in a pot filled with soil.

3) Cover it with 5mm of soil, put it in the sun and water it every day without letting it dry out.

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What seed is your paper made of?

If you have received a Seed Paper card from Sheedo,
it iss likely that the name of the seed it contains appears somewhere on it. In this section,
we explain in detail the care that each plant needs,
so that it can germinate and grow correctly.

tomato seed paper planting instructions


Between 6 to 8 hours


Plant winter and spring

3 to 5 days to germinate

Water twice a week

chamomile seed paper planting instructions


 No direct sunlight


  Plant during spring

In 10 to 12 days to germinate

Humid soil

wild flowers seed paper planting instructions

Wild Flowers

6 hours of direct sunlight


Plant sping and autumn

10 to 12 days to germinate

Water once a week

celosia seed paper planting instructions

Allysum flower

Needs a lot of sunlight


Early spring or late summer.

It will germinate in 2 or 3 weeks.

Water every 1-2 days

carrot seed paper planting instructions


Needs a lot of sunlight


  Plant March – September

5 to 7 days to germinate

Water twice a week

General Planting Advice

When it comes to watering, do it with moderation! Too much water is just as harmful as too little. The pot and the soil will absorb any excess water, but the substrate should never be waterlogged.
It is important to place the pot in a sunny location so that the seeds can germinate. Temperature is an important growth factor. Depending on which season of the year it is, each seed will need a certain temperature range. Also, the seeds won’t all emerge at the same time, some may take more time than others, so don’t worry! Be patient.
There will come a point when your plant will need more space. Once you notice 2 or 3 “real” leaves, it will be time for you to repot your plant. Be careful, remove the plant gently, ensuring the integrity of the roots (do not pull on the stem), and transplant it to a larger pot, watering abundantly to cohesionize the soil.

Contact us for more information

At Sheedo, our team is working for and with people. We will be more than happy to assist you, help you plant your products or answer any questions.

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