I have the best neighbors.
Like, seriously the kind you borrow a bowl of sugar from (and we have).
My one neighbor, Nicolle brought over a sweet little gift to me last week, and it's been growing ever since.
I love it so much, and thought I'd share.
Here's how you can grow your own:
First, buy some Wheat Berries from your local Bulk Barn.
They look like this:
Then soak the berries for about 4-5 days, until you see them start to sprout.
Then plant them very shallow in soil.
Then make sure you water your potted wheat grass and let them get sun.
In a day or two, you'll start to see this:
I labelled mine with chalkboard contact paper from Dollarama.
Here's some other decorative ideas I found with wheat grass:
So many ideas!
I love this as a little neighbor easter gift or hostess gift for whoever hosts your easter dinner.
Thanks Nic, I love my wheatgrass and having you as a neighbor.
Hope you all get inspired to grow some of your own.
It's nice to have grass SOMEWHERE when the ground is still all a muck.
I'll be partying it up at these fine blogs