Growing wheat grass is so easy. If you have little ones around, I recommend doing this with them. It's a great first little hands' gardener project. Plus, it is quite satisfying to give the grown grass a haircut.
small stones (I purchased mine at the Dollar Tree.)
Wheat grass seeds
Floral pot of your choice
The packaging recommended to place the seeds 1/4 inch apart. I want my grass to be very lush and full. I wasn't too concerned about the seeds being 1/4 inch apart.
The beauty of these little planters is that I can move them to anywhere I want in our living room, family room, or kitchen. There is a resident chicken that a friend gave to me years ago as a "Secret Cupid" present. She was hesitant, but she knew me well, and I am so glad she followed her gift giving instincts. I love this chicken and you can always find it somewhere perched in our home. Sometimes it's on top of the refrigerator. Other times it's brooding on the lower shelf of an end table. I guess you could say it's a "free range" chicken.
It's fun to move things around and use them in many ways. It also keeps your decor fresh.
I have a long wooden box that I ordered from an Etsy artist. I plan to grow wheat grass in it, or maybe fill it with some 99 cent primroses from Home Depot. I'll post more photos, soon!