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GPB11: Paperpod Seedpaper

NOTE:  The Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011 (GPB11) series is a number of posts regarding merchants and sellers; and their unique and unusual creations, of which I had the utmost pleasure of discovering at Yabang Pinoy's Global Pinoy Bazaar 2011 (read a short introduction of my bazaar experience here.)  J

Ever felt guilty about throwing out even used paper?  I am.  Try as I might, I could never get over the guilt of having used a piece and then throwing it out once utilized.

Which is why I am so lovin' Paperpod Seedpaper.

Paperpod Seedpaper

Paperpod Seedpapers are not just your ordinary recycled paper.  They are infused with either vegetable, fruit or flower seeds.  So once used, these papers can be planted in soil and up sprout plants!  Amazing!  J

This guide shows you how...

(photos from the Paperpod Seedpaper facebook page)

Paperpod Seedpapers are infused in a variety of seed types (tomato, chili, eggplant, carrot and marigold are just among the few) and are color coded to determine what type of plant will sprout from them.

Also comes in various sizes to fit your writing needs.

(photo from the Paperpod Seedpaper facebook page)

Chalk one up for Mother Earth.  J


To learn more about Paperpod Seedpapers, please visit their facebook page at


  1. we used to make recycled paper exactly like this(without seeds) when i was still in college, matrabaho siya. but this is an amazing product, very nice idea. =)

  2. We've been trying to grow some plants at home. I'll try using these ones.

  3. I'm thinking of using them as gift tags. Will be buying stamps na lng. Hehehe! =)


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