With the Christmas rush expected to come in soon, a lot of people will surely be looking for wrappers to use, recycled or fresh. But before you go forward, here are some wrapping papers which may appeal to you.
There are certain wrapping papers which are biodegradable for sure but what about ones which you can actually plant. What if the wrapping paper is technically a seed by nature and would be something that can help grow plants back?
Eden offers an interesting wrapping paper which is said to be 100% plantable. They are treated in the same way that plant seeds are (placed on soil, watered and waiting) to eventually produce vegetables such as carrots, tomatoes, broccoli, chilli and onion.
Actually the veggie variants mentioned are actually the designs for the said papers, each carrying organic seeds embedded at their backs. The paper used is derived from 100% recycled paper and is encapsulated with layers of biodegradable tissue.
A minimum pledge of $8 will get you one of these plantable wrapping papers over at Kickstarter.