“Green is the prime color of the world and that from which it’s loveliness arises” – De La Barca.
This Independence Day spread greenery, not waste by opting for the unique Indian flags made with seed paper. These organic and eco-friendly flags grow into plants when sown under soil, after usage. We can proudly say that no trees were harmed during the making process because they are made with organic paper and natural inks.
Independence day is the day for utmost pride for any patriot. We love to flaunt our love for the nation by pinning the tricolor to our lapels. In most cases, these flags are made with plastic or normal paper, and sometimes end up lying waste once the celebrations are over. By giving a way to re-purpose the flag paper, we are trying to give the message about how productive our mother land is and how much respect it deserves.
The flags at Geekmonkey contain tulsi seeds in them.
1. Make the flag moist by soaking in water for about 3-4 hours
2. Plant the flag under 1/8” of soil.
3. Water thoroughly.
4. Place in a sunny corner and keep moist during germination.
Package: lot * Seed Paper Plantable Flags
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