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Quirky Seed-Sprouting Paper Pulp Faces Are the Creepiest Way to Garden

Posted By Helen Morgan On January 15, 2012 @ 2:35 pm In Design,Environment,Gardening and Plants,Green Products,Innovation,Recycling and Composting | No Comments

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We’ve seen lots of quirky gardening ideas [2] here at Inhabitat, but these sprouting seed faces [3] are one of the strangest concepts we’ve come across. Formed from recycled paper pulp filled with organic sprouting seeds, the faces are a fun and easy way to get into gardening. All you do is soak the seeds in water for an hour, place them in a pot of soil, and voila – little sprouts will emerge from each paper pulp head. Designed by Kelsey Pike at Sustainable&Handmade [3], the heads are available in kits that include a variety of faces and they’re priced at $7 for 25 and $3 for 10.

+ Sustainable&Handmade at Etsy [3]

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[1] Image: http://inhabitat.com/quirky-seed-sprouting-paper-pulp-faces-are-the-creepiest-way-to-garden/seed-faces2/

[2] quirky gardening ideas: http://inhabitat.com/sprout-seeds-in-an-old-comic-with-manga-farmings-miniature-gardens/

[3] sprouting seed faces: http://www.etsy.com/listing/84586371/25-seed-faces

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