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Onion paper.<br />
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Green-fingered British boffins have launched an ingenious Christmas wrapping paper laced with vegetable seeds that can be planted after use rather than thrown away and only costs £5.<br />
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They have packed each sheet of Eden's Paper full of onion, broccoli, chilli, tomato and carrot seeds in a bid to reduce the amount of wrapping paper thrown away.<br />
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Once eager recipients have torn open their presents they can then plant the discarded wrapping paper in the ground where it decomposes and releases the seeds.<br />
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With a little bit of care and attention the seeds then grow into vegetable plants.