Bachelor Alum, Dallas Resident Catherine Lowe Creates Eco-Friendly Greeting Cards

Her new collection of greeting cards infuses recycled paper with wildflower seeds.

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You’ve heard of cards made out of recycled paper, but Catherine Lowe, an alum of ABC’s The Bachelor, has released a new collection of greeting cards that infuses recycled paper with wildflower seeds.

Her Dallas-based stationary line, LoweCo., offers a wide variety of cards and gift tags, including the Cards That Grow.

The eco-friendly, plantable greeting cards, are made with 100 percent recycled paper embedded with non-invasive wildflower seeds.

Instead of throwing your card away or hiding it away in a keepsake box, soak the card that grows in water for seven days, plant in a pot with soil, and water the blooms daily.

“We know how much you loved our ‘HAPPY HAPPY’ print, so we decided to give it to you in a card form and even better, a plantable one. We also added ‘HI’ and ‘IT’S A BIG DAY’ so you can give our growable cards to anyone for any occasion,” the company said on its blog.

The cards were released just in time for spring. 


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