My cat Murphy eats every living plant that comes into the house and then promptly vomits it up. When I heard that it was possible to grow your own cat grass and that it’s easier to for a cat to digest, I knew this was just the project for a girl like me and a cat like Murphy. First I had to make the planter fancy. The entire process takes about a week.
Cat grass is made from hard organic wheat seeds, I purchased mine from Amazon.com. The smallest quantity available was 5 pounds but it was only 12 dollars. I only used about 1 1/2 cups of pre sprouted seads for this project so it’s going to last forever (you need enough seeds to cover the planter).
First, you need to pre-sprout the seeds. To do this you need to rinse the seeds in cool water. Drain and repeat every 12 hours until the seeds sprout. You know they have sprouted when they start to look a bit maggoty (read – disgusting).
Amy and Lindsey, does this one work?
Wow! I love it! Great design and love the pictures! You have outdone yourself again!
Genious! It looks so decorative and functional. Murphy looks happy with it too.
Thanks! I’m definetely happy with this project. It’s very spring and Murphy was being very photogenic 🙂
I agree, the photos are great with awesome lighting. As Lindsey said, you’ve outdone yourself again!
Murphy likes it! 🙂 I was really happy with the photos too. I think they are some of my best craft ones so far. Sometimes that can be the hardest part…
You guys have made my day. This blog can be hard work, fun and rewarding of course, but still challenging. It’s nice to hear good things about it 🙂 Thank you both so much!!!
You seriously have a wonderful talent 🙂
Amy and Lindsey, too bad I didn’t have my blog when we did Kyle’s office. hahahaha
That was great, and fun too!!
OMG that was awesome! Arn’t there pics out there? Seriously though, you are so talented I envy you! Great work Ali!
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