Bloomin: The Flowers Behind the Seed Paper
Seed paper grows love, joy and best of all, plants. Our dream of covering the world with blooms of different species came true through our invitation company. The nature of gardening is quite therapeutic; the fragrances that engross you are calming for the mind, the colors are intriguing for the eyes and the soil is curative on the skin.
The overwhelming feeling of gratitude you experience when observing your well-manicured garden of blossoms is unlike any other. Our goal is to give everyone the daily thrill of a thriving garden. Our customers receive seed paper of many species, and we’d like to break those down for you. Below is the why and how of our favorite plants.
- Five Spot: A spring flowering annual that can reach 3 centimeters long and 1.5 centimeters wide. This delicate white flower is decorated with purple stripes and spots dotting the edge of the petals.
- Candytuft: These sub-shrub perennials come in white, red, lilac or pink. Candytufts are late-spring bloomers that grow to 1-ft tall. Blooms will create a circular diameter, adding dimension and depth to your garden year after year.
- Baby Blue Eyes: An American wildflower that reaches 6” tall and spreads to 12” wide, makes a beautiful ground cover for all nurseries. It flowers from early to mid summer and produces elegant blue petals.
- Siberian Wallflower: The biennial flower will grace your garden for two years and reach to almost 2 feet in height. Its yellow flowers grow in clusters and evolve in early spring.
- Scarlet Flax: An annual flower of sensational red petals that has continuous growth. Scarlet Flax grows to two and a half feet tall, making it a staple in your wildflower garden.
- Zinnia: These multi-colored annuals add variety and complexion. Blooms of red, pink, orange, white, yellow and purple will grow up to three feet tall. Blooms produce multi-layered petals, adding deepness to each individual flower.
- Sweet William Pinks: Known as an ornamental garden plant, this biennial is short-lived but adds big personality. The flower reaches over 2 feet tall and 3 cm in diameter, with a production of pink and red blooms. The serrated edges are rare and rich with artistry.
- Corn Poppy: A rosy red annual that will embellish your yard with dignity. The flower will reach over two feet tall and generates large round buds. With an exquisite black circle adorning the heart of the flower, it’s a chic addition to your garden.
- Spurred Snapdragon: The spurred snapdragon blooms in early spring, growing to a height of 1.5 feet tall. These are among the earliest blooms you’ll see in your garden and produce small, precious flowers with long spurs of petals. Colors of white, purple, yellow or pink crown the flowers, providing bright variety.
- Catchfly: Catchfly perennials adorn your abode with alluring growth. Blossoms reach up to 1.5 feet tall and exhibit multiple petite petals of magenta, red, pink and white. The plant has a long life span, allowing you to witness the bloom for many months.
- English Daisy: This beautiful fall, spring and summer bloom offers bursts of attraction to any garden. English Daisies are a perennial plant that reaches up to 6 inches and height and 12 inches wide. Dense petals are decorated with multiple colors ranging from red, pink and white in a circular shape.
- Black-Eyed Susan: Possibly the most popular wildflower to beautify gardens, black-eyed susans are a rich yellow with dark-brown purple centers. Flowers grow to 3-feet tall and attract a multitude of insects including bees and butterflies. These summer bloomers are a staple to any home.
- English Daisy
- Spurred Snapdragon
- Corn Poppy
- Black-Eyed Susan
- Sweet Alyssum: These blanketed flowers provide fragant attractions to your garden. They act as fillers by growing 4-6 feet high and 6-9 inches wide. Sweet Alyssum is a perennial cluster of tiny white flowers and can charm any location.
- Dwar Godetia: This summer blooming annual grows to 12 inches in height and germinates well. Flowers adorn 4 delicate petals and provide an array of pinks to your wildflower patch. Dwarf Godetias are both long lasting and incredibly showy.
- Lemon Mint: The late blooming annual reaches to two feet in height and fills your yard with an aroma unlike any other. Colors range from lavender to pink and petals tuft out from the stem, making them lengthy floral displays. Lemon Mint is easy to grow and germinate to form large patches of flowers.
- Maiden Pinks: An admirable perennial ground cover that grows anywhere and blooms in late spring. Flowers reach to 1 foot in height and spread to 1.5 feet, growing swiftly and intensely. Tender petals bloom in an array of reds and pinks in mounds and clumps.
- Forget Me Not: Tiny blue flowers with yellow centers present themselves year after year. This exceptional ground cover can reach up to 24 inches in height and are sturdy against insects and disease. It’s said that these flowers are symbol of true love and passion.
- Parsley: Parsley is an easy growing biennial herb that can reach up to 18 inches in height and 12 inches in diameter. This attractive plant will add flavor to many homemade meals including Greek dishes, soups and salads.
- Basil: This summer annual is a delicious addition to your garden. Basil is a hardy plant, producing rich green leaves at a rapid rate. This is enjoyable herb is a great compliment to fish dishes, Italian fare and pasta salad.
- Chives: The only perennial in the bunch, chives will provide your family with rich flavor for years to come. Chives sprout vibrant purple flowers that will scatter seeds throughout your garden. You can expect your chives to bloom in early spring and add the herb to many dishes throughout the summer.
We welcome you to enhance your gardens and distribute the bliss among your friends through wedding invitations , thank you cards or gift tags. It’s advisable to include planting instructions (which can be found here) when sending to loved ones for ample results. Let the growing begin!