Planting your seed paper
Your wildflower seeds are typically a blend of Catchfly, Sweet Alyssum, Snapdragon, Bird’s Eye, Black Eyed Susan and Clarkia.
1. Prepare your pot
Fill your plant pot with 2/3 of potting soil. Fill and pat down your soil so it's firm but not overloaded. You can plant the paper either for indoors or outdoors depending on the weather.
2. Plant your paper
You can rip off chunks of your paper or plant the whole thing in one. Spread 1/8 inch of soil over the top and gently pat down.
After planting, water the soil. You want it to be damp but not completely soaking. For the first ten days, keep the soil nice and moist so the seeds can germinate.
3. Continuous care
After sprouts begin to appear, keep watering to keep the soil moist but be careful not to overwater. Once plants begin to grow, water every few days, as needed.