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Sow N Sow Gift of Seeds | Wildflowers

Sow N Sow Gift of Seeds | Wildflowers

Regular price $9.99 AUD
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Sow ‘n Sow’s Wildflowers Gift of Seeds brings the magic of nature straight to your loved ones.
This enchanting gift is not just a greeting card; it’s a promise of blooming beauty and the joy of cultivating your very own wildflower garden.

Inside you’ll find a packet of mixed California poppy, alyssum and cosmos seed ready to be sown and nurtured into a colourful wildflower garden.

Featuring original, nostalgic illustrations by Melbourne artist Daniella Germain, this product is designed and made in Australia and printed on 100% post consumer waste recycled card. The seeds enclosed are non-hybrid, open pollinated and non GMO varieties, packaged in a recycled envelope.

A beautiful gift for children, green-thumbs and novice gardeners alike, our products are designed to promote a connection with nature and enjoy simple pleasures.

Seed varieties: Eschscholzia californica (Californian Poppy), Cosmos bipinnatus (Cosmos) and Lobularia maritima (Alyssum).

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

Shipping

One Baby offers FREE Standard Shipping for orders over $80 excluding large items. For express domestic delivery the cost is $25 to ship.

For orders under $80 we offer standard shipping for $10.

Orders are dispatched within 2 business day and delivery estimated between 1-7 business days, depending on the method of transport and your location within Australia.

Return policy

You can return your item within 30 days within the guidelines outlined in our Refund Policy.

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