seed paper flowers

Discover the intricate significance of the 13 native wildflower seeds in our seed paper. Each wildflower, from Birdsfoot Trefoil and Black Knapweed to Yarrow and Grass Seed, plays a unique role in supporting biodiversity, pollinators, and soil health. By using our wildflower seed paper printing for your printed collateral, you contribute to preserving natural habitats and promoting eco-friendly practices. Let your prints make a positive impact on the environment and its delicate balance.

birdsfoot trefoil wildflowers

Birdsfoot Trefoil (Lotus corniculatus)

Birdsfoot Trefoil is a leguminous plant that fixes nitrogen in the soil, improving its fertility. It provides a valuable food source for various pollinators, including bees and butterflies. The plant's deep roots help prevent soil erosion, contributing to soil stabilization.

black knapweed wildflowers

Black Knapweed (Centaurea nigra)

Black Knapweed is a favorite among pollinators, attracting bees, butterflies, and other insects. It aids in supporting biodiversity by providing nectar and pollen to a wide range of beneficial insects. The plant's sturdy structure makes it useful for providing cover and nesting sites for small wildlife.

black medick wildflowers

Black Medick (Medicago lupulina)

Black Medick is part of the legume family and, like Birdsfoot Trefoil, helps fix nitrogen in the soil. Its bright yellow flowers attract bees and other pollinators, promoting plant reproduction. This plant can serve as a forage crop for livestock, providing a sustainable food source.


Meadow Buttercup (Ranunculus acris)

Meadow Buttercup is one of the first spring wildflowers, offering vital early-season nectar to pollinators. Its bright flowers attract various insects, including bees and hoverflies, helping with pollination. It provides a food source for small mammals and certain bird species.

musk mallow wildflowers

Musk Mallow (Malva moschata)

Musk Mallow produces fragrant pale pink flowers that attract bees and butterflies. The plant's nectar and pollen contribute to the food web, supporting various insect populations. It has been used in traditional medicine for its medicinal properties.

ox-eye daisy wildflowers

Ox-Eye Daisy (Leucanthemum vulgare)

Ox-Eye Daisy is a classic wildflower that supports a broad range of pollinators. Its seeds are a food source for birds, contributing to the avian ecosystem. The plant's dense growth can offer shelter to small wildlife.

ribworth plantain wildflowers

Ribwort Plantain (Plantago lanceolata)

Ribwort Plantain is a hardy wildflower that provides a consistent source of pollen for bees. It is also the larval host plant for several butterfly species, supporting their life cycle. The seeds are eaten by various birds, contributing to their diet.

red campion wildflowers

Red Campion (Silene dioica)

Red Campion produces bright pink flowers that attract bees and butterflies. The plant plays a role in supporting biodiversity by offering food and habitat to various insects. It is known for its value in traditional herbal medicine.

salad burnet wildflowers

Salad Burnet (Sanguisorba minor)

Salad Burnet is a herbaceous plant with small reddish-brown flowers that attract pollinators. It has edible leaves with a mild cucumber-like flavor and has culinary uses.

self heal wildflowers

Self Heal (Prunella vulgaris)

Self Heal is a versatile plant known for its healing properties in traditional medicine. It is a valuable nectar source for bees, butterflies, and other pollinators. The seeds provide food for various bird species.

white campion wildflowers

White Campion (Silene latifolia)

White Campion produces white flowers that attract moths and other nocturnal pollinators. It serves as a host plant for certain butterfly species during their caterpillar stage. The seeds are consumed by birds, contributing to their diet.

yarrow wildflowers

Yarrow (Achillea millefolium)

Yarrow is a hardy perennial known for its feathery leaves and clusters of white flowers. It attracts a diverse range of pollinators, supporting ecosystem health. The plant has medicinal uses and is also valued as a companion plant in gardening.


Grass Seed

Grasses are essential components of any ecosystem, providing habitat, food, and protection for various wildlife. Their fibrous root systems help stabilize soil and prevent erosion.

By using wildflower seed paper with such diverse and ecologically valuable seeds, you can create beautiful printed products such as business cards, invitations, greeting cards, swing tags and more, while also contributing to the preservation and enhancement of natural habitats for a variety of pollinators, insects, birds, and other wildlife. These wildflowers play a vital role in supporting biodiversity, soil health, and the overall health of our ecosystems. Speak to our team today to find out more about our seed paper printing options and get a quick quote. We can also arrange test prints of your artwork on seed paper for a small fee.