Plantable Seed Paper Notebook – Flower Wreath

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Vida Natural plantable notebook with a stunning flower wreath illustration is perfect for writing and drawing! Made in the UK by Vida Natural, plantable notebooks also support local pollinator populations such as bees and butterflies as the front and rear sheets can be planted to grow into beautiful wildflowers.

A plastic free alternative that helps reduce waste and allows you to give back to nature!

  • Made with wildflower seeds
  • 100% Recycled paper
  • Plastic free
Plastic Free
Handmade
Made In UK

£16.50

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In stock

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Vida Natural plantable notebook with a stunning flower wreath illustration is perfect for writing and drawing! Made in the UK by Vida Natural, plantable notebooks also support local pollinator populations such as bees and butterflies as the front and rear sheets can be planted to grow into beautiful wildflowers.

A plastic free alternative that helps reduce waste and allows you to give back to nature!

  • Made with wildflower seeds
  • 100% Recycled paper
  • Plastic free
Plastic Free
Handmade
Made In UK

Description

Made in the UK

A beautiful and sustainable, plantable notebook in a flower wreath design that is made with 100% recycled paper. The front and rear of the notebook is made from plantable sheets which are embedded with a wildflower pollinator seed mix.

These two sheets can be planted in a pot or in your garden and will grow naturally into wildflowers that help to attract local pollinators such as bees and butterflies, helping support save the bees campaign!

Perfect for making notes, sketching and taking with you wherever you go. Vida Natural plantable notebooks are the eco-friendly alternative to plastic notebooks, help reduce your use of plastic and carbon footprint.

What's great is the whole notebook is 100% recyclable. All of the paper can be home composted and the metal binder should be recycled.

 

 

Packaging -   Recycled paper sleeve

Materials

Recycled paper

Wildflower seeds