My philosophy is if you’re still looking for a desk calendar in late February, then you’re the type who needs one the most. Take this Plantable Eco Calendar found at the Olive Barn.

At first glance, I was taken by the whimsical artwork, but when I realized that you could actually plant the acid-free, tree-free pages to grow flowers, I was sold instantly. Just think, instead of tossing your calendar pages or using them as scrap paper (and then tossing them), you can plant them in soil and wait for your Poppies, Snapdragons, or Bird’s Eyes to sprout. The only thing missing is a green thumb. -Kristen

[via Rare Bird Finds]


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