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Wheat Grass Centerpieces in 6 Days

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Grow your own wheat grass for centerpieces and then add flowers and "picture pops"
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Soak wheat berries 12 hour and then spread them on moist potting soil and cover with damp paper towels.
Further details are here
  • wheat grass centerpieces in 6 days, container gardening, crafts, flowers, gardening, how to
Place them near a window and keep moist. After about two days you'll see "fuzz" appear. At this point uncover them.
  • wheat grass centerpieces in 6 days, container gardening, crafts, flowers, gardening, how to
This is 4 days' growth. Really, depending on the look you want this may be enough growth to suit you.
  • wheat grass centerpieces in 6 days, container gardening, crafts, flowers, gardening, how to
The picture pops were made with card stock and "sticky sticks". To make them a little taller I glued an additional craft stick to the bottom. For more details on the pictures check out the blog
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Choose any flower and add the flowers and the picture pops.
  • wheat grass centerpieces in 6 days, container gardening, crafts, flowers, gardening, how to
That's it! They made a great conversation piece for my mother-in-law's birthday party

Materials I used for this project:

  • Galvanized containers   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Card stock, craft sticks   (Hobby Lobby)
  • Potting soil   (Home Depot)
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To see more: http://www.biscuitsandburlap.com/2016/04/13/wheat-grass-centerpieces-with-picture-pops/

Got a question about this project?

  • Janice Grizzle
    Janice Grizzle Copperhill, TN

    Wow, I love the family pictures, it's so charming great job...thanks for sharing.

  • Terrisa Karaus
    Terrisa Karaus Mount Sterling, KY

    This is a great centerpiece idea!

  • Lainie Jo
    Lainie Jo Wakarusa, KS

    I start my seeds in a very similar way! It amazes me how quickly the produce roots and then I can transplant them!

  • Amy Gullia
    Amy Gullia Houston, TX

    Absolutely best fun idea. I'm on it. 😍

  • Biscuits & Burlap
    Biscuits & Burlap Clarkston, GA

    Thanks, Amy!

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