Over at my company, we like to post photos of our seed paper and envelopes in bloom. It's fun to see the paper sprout and grow into some very large plants, like these tomatoes growing in the front office:
Image from: Growing Tomato Seed Paper: Week 11
Right now, we also have these beautiful Black Eyed Susans in spendid bloom:
Image from: This Seed Paper Really Does Grow!
In most parts of Canada and the United States, it's warm enough to plant the paper outside. Check out this pot of wildflowers growing outside in a planter.
We're always happy to see your photos too, so please visit the Botanical PaperWorks Facebook page and share your pictures of seed paper in bloom.