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Our packaging

Introduction to our packaging

We're introducing seed-infused papers for gardening enthusiasts, but mostly because we care about what happens to these wrappers once they find their way into the wild.

Our polymer bags

We have taken care to select delivery bags that respect our values.

Our polymer envelopes used for deliveries are made of recycled plastic materials, they are recyclable and moreover, they are reusable thanks to their double efficiency technology.

It is important to leave out the overwrapping. Thus, if you have a return to make, we do not send a duplicate bag and you can reuse the same bag for the return.

Salad (January - February)

This delicious lettuce has a buttery taste and broad green leaves in a loose head with particularly flavorful centers. Lettuce prefers cooler weather, so it's best to plant it in early spring as soon as the ground can be worked.

Chamomile (March - April)

Commonly known for making tea, chamomile is one of the oldest medicinal herbs in the world. The flower it blooms contains terpenoids and flavonoids that contribute to its wide array of health benefits. It is known to improve sleep quality, digestive health, blood sugar control and more. It's no wonder that over a million cups are consumed per day!

Black eyed susan (May - June)

This cheerful flower is most at home in meadows, plains, prairies and pastures where it will attract birds, bees and butterflies. A member of the beautifully golden sunflower family, these North American flowers are one of the most recognized wildflowers!

Wildflower mix (July - August)

A mix of Catchfly, Sweet Alyssum, Snapdragon, Bird's Eye, Black Eyed Susan and Clarkia.

Fine herbs trio (September - October)

A mixture of basil, oregano and parsley.

Carrot (November - December)

This high-yielding carrot has a pitless interior and is red-orange in color. It is ideal for canning and freezing and keeps well in the winter.