Wednesday, April 9, 2014

Grow Your Own Easter Grass

One of my all time favorite ways to green your Easter celebration is to grow your own Easter grass. Not only does it look way better than shredded plastic or paper but it doesn't contribute to landfill waste. When Easter is done, you can juice the remaining grass or add it to your compost bin.


  • Wheat Berries (get them on Amazon or at your local natural food store)
  • Easter basket
  • Plastic to line basket if needed
  • 7 days to grow your grass
Some of the links in my supply lists may be affiliate links. 


Find the directions online at Creative Green Living: How to Grown Your Own Easter Grass

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  1. i love the look of this grass -- very lush and thick! THanks for sharing :-)

  2. Or you could give it to your cats. Some kitties go crazy for wheat grass. Great idea for an Easter with less plastic.


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