Have you sprouted your own wheatgrass before? It’s easy! And it grows SUPER fast!
You can grow wheatgrass in baskets, bowls, tin cans, or anything really! It adds such a fresh pop of color to any table or window sill. We’ve even filled tin cans with wheatgrass and decorated the front of the cans with silly faces. The kids liked giving the grass haircuts. They were the craziest little grass heads, but so fun!
I sometimes grind my own whole wheat flour for bread so I usually have a bag of wheat on hand, but you can get it in stores or online. A bag of wheat, stored correctly, will last for years. You can use all different types of common wheat (Triticum aestivum), but I usually have hard red or white wheat. I’ll share some links below!
5 More Gardening Projects You Might Enjoy
How To Sprout WHEATGRASS For Spring Decor (With Potting Mix)
- Wheat Berry Seeds (this bag will last forever if you only use it for sprouting wheat)
- Organic potting mix
- Pots (mugs, glass jar, plastic containers, etc.)
- Plastic Wrap
- Spray Bottle of Water
How To Sprout Wheatgrass (Without Potting Mix)
Wheatgrass Has Many Nutritional Benefits
More WheatGrass Projects to Check Out
—these are one of my favorite things ever. So fun and definitely going onto our list of future projects!
Welcome! I'm Brandy, mother to 5 darling kiddos and a cute black lab named Toby. My husband is in the Coast Guard so we've lived all over the place, turning each house into a home. I love baking, sewing, making cute things with my kids, and sharing what I've learned with all of you!