How should I plant my bloomer™ after use?
After use, plant your bloomer™ butt approximately 1/2 inch in soil outside (not in a vase in your house). The 100% organic makeup of bloomer™ vegetarian wax filters is comprised of 3 top secret ingredients that take some time to decompose. Thus, it is essential to plant your tip in an area with direct exposure to the elements: direct sunlight, exposure to rainfall, surrounding vegetation (grass or other wildflowers), in order to give your filter the best chance to bloom!
How long does it typically take for these tips to bloom?
Each tip can bloom in approximately 9-12 months depending on where/how it was planted in addition to the local weather and seasonal climate of the area.
What are bloomer™ tips made of?
The ingredients for our patent(s) pending filter tip are top secret but include the following: 100% organic vegetarian wax blend that is sustainably-sourced, noninvasive/native high-pollinating wildflower seeds, and lots of ♥. The 100% organic wax composition protects the seeds from the harsh heat and toxins of smoke while also providing decomposing material that is nutrition for the seed to germinate and bloom.
What kind of seeds are inside your filter tips?
We use a proprietary blend of noninvasive native wildflower seeds that are RHA-listed, “Plants for Pollinators” species including but not limited to some of the following types of wildflowers: red poppies, lavender, alfalfa, orange poppies, strawberry trees, Japanese barberry, elephant ear, common marigolds, trailing bellflowers, dahlias, purple coneflowers, globe thistle, blue eryngo, wallflowers, California poppies & more.
Where are your products made?
bloomer™ filter tips are proudly made with ♥ in Miami, USA. Our cone products are all rolled and packed in Central America and Central Asia.
bloomer™ provides the purest filter along with the cleanest paper with minimal ingredients. However, with any smokable product, combustion creates carbon monoxide, a chemical known to cause cancer. This is going to be found in ANY product you burn and inhale. The warning label is just part of protocol, folks.