Say Happy Birthday with some serious ZIP! Why send a regular card when you can send a Gift-a-Green Happy Birthday “Sow and Grow” card with a sunflower surprise. Your recipient will get to try out their own green thumb and have tonnes of fun reading your personal message, opening the pouch, planting the seeds and growing their very own mini microgreen sunflower garden. Within 8-10 days they’ll be ready to harvest and eat. The best part is – your Gift-a-Green card will be on full display and have them thinking about you all week long.
Sunflowers are gorgeous but, they are not just a pretty face! They are a great source of protein and considering their sweet earthy flavor and crisp texture, sunflower sprouts are a great snack and can easily be incorporated into a number of dishes. Personally, we love mixing them in a stirfry.
Gift-a-Green edible greeting cards are fun for everyone! We have cards for Birthdays, Mothers Day, Christmas, and more. We use only certified organic microgreens that are safe, healthy, and delicious to eat. Plus our products are Made in Canada and packed by hand in Vancouver, B.C.
Simply choose a card, write your message, include the mailing address and add a stamp (100 grams). No need to put in a separate envelope as our cards are the envelope and grow pot all in one!
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