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Old 08-12-2012, 01:34 AM   #1 
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Growing grass in pots...

Has anyone tried growing grass using containers and pots? If so, please inform me... :)
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Old 08-12-2012, 04:20 AM   #2 
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I'm little confused about the question that you are asking. Is it for cats?

The answer is yes you can grow the grass in the clay/plastic pots. Just make sure you have the drainage pot. They all need is good indirect sunlight and water & it'll grow fast. I grow them for my 7 years old cat. lol.
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I've grown grass in a tiny tiny tub under an incandescent desk lamp (didn't know any better, it was part of a larger kit to raise tadpole shrimp but it grew insanely quickly) so yes, you most certainly can.

If you are referring to some kind of cat grass or lemon grass I'm quite sure you can as well as long as it is kept on a sunny windowsill.
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It's not for cats... Just for pure admiration of it...
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Oh! of course! I do admire my plants too lol. I also grow carnivorous plants from seeds and they're very interesting to keep. c:
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I too have carnivorous plants, absolutely love them. I think growing grass indoors is an awesome idea and you shouldn't have any problems at all!
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Carnivorous Plants? Awesome! Some of these days, I'll grow one too.
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