OUR POSTCARDS

 

If you'd like to buy just one or two postcards with their packets of seeds, please head over to our online shop.

 

If you're placing an order for over 50 packets of seeds:

 

  1. Choose your favourite A5 postcard design from the options listed below.  

  2. Then pop over to our seeds page, and choose the type of seeds you'd like to accompany it.

  3. Finally, drop us a line at hello@seedsofhope.scot and let us know your choices! 

We'll then give you a custom quotation. Our prices start at £140 for 50 wildflower seed packets + A5 postcards. Specific prices vary by seed type.

You can then choose to add optional extra elements, like a custom message on your postcards, or accompanying envelopes.

Braw veg

Braw veg

This cheerful, exclusive design is brand new for spring 2021. It features original artwork by digital illustrator Lisa Markle. Perfect for kids, this postcard can be printed with custom seed-sowing instructions on the reverse. Just let us know which vegetable you'd like!

Grow your own way - magenta

Grow your own way - magenta

New for spring 2021 - the perfect accompaniment to any of our organic vegetable seeds!

Grow your own way - spring green

Grow your own way - spring green

New for spring 2021 - the perfect accompaniment to any of our organic vegetable seeds!

Spring will come

Spring will come

This winter design is an exclusive collaboration between us and Edinburgh-based illustrator Victoria Rose Ball. On the back of the postcard, you'll find an old German folk tale about kindness, and generosity, about the power of nature and about resilience against all the odds.

Wildflowers in Scotland

Wildflowers in Scotland

This exquisite artwork was created exclusively for us by illustrator and designer Victoria Rose Ball. It depicts sixteen of the beautiful wildflowers currently found in Scotland. The ideal accompaniment to any of our wildflower seeds.

Let love grow

Let love grow

This beautiful design is by illustrator and textile designer Bethan Janine Westran. The perfect accompaniment to any of our wildflower seeds, particularly those given as gifts.

To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow

To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow

Our flagship 'Seeds of Hope' design in a rainbow colourway, paired with the famous quote by Audrey Hepburn. A card that represents positivity and a belief in a better future. Based on an original graphic design by Bea Kraus.

Love grows here

Love grows here

Our flagship 'Seeds of Hope' design in a rainbow colourway. This postcard goes beautifully with any of our wildflower seeds, and is particularly appropriate given with seeds that are sown to remember lost loved ones. Based on an original graphic design by Bea Kraus.

Harebells dancing in the Outer Hebrides

Harebells dancing in the Outer Hebrides

Legend has it that fairies live amongst these delicate flowers. Also known as Scottish bluebells, harebells are also loved by bees. The perfect postcard to accompany any wildflower seeds, particularly native Scottish species. Photograph by award-winning Edinburgh photographer David Wheater.

Sunflower

Sunflower

This super-cute sunflower postcard is by Helensburgh-based designer Marceline Smith. The perfect match for our sunflower seeds given to children (or adults with a childish side...)

Edinburgh poppies at sunset

Edinburgh poppies at sunset

Bright red poppies in an Edinburgh wheat field during golden hour. The perfect accompaniment to any seeds given in remembrance. Photograph by award-winning Edinburgh photographer David Wheater.

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Cover photo: Harebells on the Isle of Harris, Outer Hebrides, Scotland. Photo by David Wheater

To plant a garden is to believe in tomorrow

Our flagship 'Seeds of Hope' design in a rainbow colourway, paired with the famous quote by Audrey Hepburn. A card that represents positivity and a belief in a better future. Based on an original graphic design by Bea Kraus.