Designer Ragini Sahai has created a clever way to package flower seeds inspired by the idea of an eating utensil -- a spoon. The 'Seedspoon' is essentially a wooden spoon that contains flower seeds in the cup-like end of the utensil and is then covered with a peel-back lip with an image of the flower on it. The handle of the utensil is written on with the brand's name as well as the specific type of flower.
The convenience of this packaging is that the utensil can be used to dig the holes for the seeds to be planted in and then the handle can be placed in the dirt as marker to let the gardener know which flowers are where.
This all-in-one gardening kit is very handy for first-time gardeners as well as experienced gardens that will make the entire planting process smooth and effortless.
Utensil-Packaged Flower Seeds
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