It is likely that you see grass every day -- on your way to work, in the park, when you go for a jog or even on your way to the supermarket. If you want to see how simple it is to decorate your home with grass, have a go at this quiz and see how.
Within three to four days from the time of planting grass sprouts being to appear.
It takes only 10 days for grass to fully grow and become ready for display.
You will need a fast draining mix, like cactus mix, for grass growing. Before planting you should place some mesh at the bottom of the pot to help the water to drain.
Rye grass grows well indoors.
Gently moisten your grass with a mist spray after planting to maintain a moist environment for your seeds. Also before planting, it is important to wet the soil so your seeds will start to grow in a wet environment.
As a design element, grass can be very versatile. Choose a container that matches the style of your home and the grass will help to enhance it. For example, use a rectangular or hexagonal container for a modern look or a Grecian urn or carved planter for a more traditional look.
Whether you are growing a few seeds in a small container or a whole packet's worth in a large container, remember that grass needs moisture but doesn't like to be wet. Adequate drainage is a must!
Place your grass near glass sliding doors to allow it exposure to sunlight and fresh air, easing the transition into the indoor climate.
A boutique garden store will generally have the latest style planters.
A row of small grass pots adds an interesting effect, but does not obstruct conversation or take up space on the table.