Sow ‘n Sow | Michelle Brady

An entire range of memorable gifts to grow your own way

From a small seed of an idea, Sow ’n Sow was dreamt up by founder Michelle Brady combining her love of gardening and flair for design back in 2010.

They now have an entire range of memorable gifts to grow your own way. Proudly made in Australia with 100% recycled materials, their products feature designs by talented Australian artists.

Based in Maleny, here on the Sunshine Coast, Michelle works closely with the designer and illustrator Daniella Germain who’s stunning illustrations adorn most products. A dedicated team assemble products by hand and dispatch orders from the Sow ‘n Sow studio.

Gifts of Seeds

All seeds are non-hybrid, open pollinated, non GMO varieties sourced from reputable suppliers both within Australia and abroad. Seeds should be stored in a cool, dry place for best long term viability. They recommend a shelf life of approximately two years for their Gifts of Seeds to ensure good germination rates.

Sow ‘n Sow’s Gifts of Seeds and Gift Tags are printed in Australia on 100% post consumer waste recycled card using soy based inks. The card itself is also produced in Australia, is compostable and recyclable.

Pop Up Pots

The Pop Up Pots are made of 100% recycled, non toxic, certified carbon neutral polypropylene. The material and the production itself is 100% made in Australia. The packaging is also produced entirely in Australia on 100% recycled sheets.

Visit the Sow ‘n Sow website.

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