All of our growing candles are hand poured, with 100% soy wax, into reusable, handmade ceramic pots, and perfectly scented with organic/non-toxic fragrance oils. The wrap around the candle, bearing our logo is embedded with wildflower seeds to be planted in the pot after the wax is melted.
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- Seed Paper Logo
- 100% Soy Candle Wax
- Handmade Ceramic Pots
- Scented with Organic/Non-Toxic Fragrance Oils
- Dimensions: 3"x3"x3.25"
- Burn Time for 20 oz = 140 hrs
- Lemongrass - This crisp, refreshing scent doubles as a natural insect repellent. You’ll have a hard time telling the candle apart from the herb itself.
Candle Wax Removal Instructions
When you are finished with your candle simply remove metal wick holder with a butter knife and soften remaining wax with a hairdryer. Wipe up liquid wax with a paper towel then wash pot with soap and water to remove oily residue.
Seed Paper Instructions
Soak seed paper logo wrap in water. Fill your ceramic pot 3/4 of the way with soil. Rip seed paper into dime size pieces and place in the pot and lightly sprinkle soil on top. Keep soil moist for 1-3 weeks so all variations of seeds have a chance to sprout, then water as needed. You should have your first sprouts within 24-48 hours.
About the Seed Paper
Our seed paper contains a blend of wildflower seeds which has a 70% germination rate. So even if you don’t have a green thumb, you’ll have a good shot of getting these to grow. Seed Variations Included: Candytuft, Corn Poppy, Five Spot, Catchfly, English Daisy, Baby Blue Eyes, Siberian Wallflower, Scarlet Flax, Zinnia, Sweet William Pinks, Gloriosa Daisy, Spurred Snapdragon, and Black-Eyed Susan.