RE: growing lawn type grass indoors
I have some scottish heather that I've had in a windowill pot for over 2
years now. It can also be done with mosses and clover ( she can do some
internet and library research on that.) Off the top of my head, maybe she
should talk to the folks who grow wheat grass and sell it at the local
greenmarkets - though I figure that growlights might have some play here -
she should be sure that her auditors understand that she's not interested in
growing cannabis sativa but something akin to the 16th hole at St. Andrews.
Bonsai enthusiasts have been doing interesting things with different mosses
at the base of their miniature trees for years. Perhaps she should talk to
the bonsai keepers at the Brooklyn Botanic Garden.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Powers, Stephanie [SMTP:Stephanie.Powers@caminus.com]
> Sent: Friday, March 23, 2001 10:19 AM
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> Subject: [cg] growing grass indoors
> Hi Everyone, a friend of mine sent out our group question about growing
> grass indoors. I know most of you are not fans of growing grass at all.
> Maybe you can bounce around some ideas to her.
> Stephanie Powers
> ARROW Community Garden
> Astoria, New York
> ---Original Message-----
> From: C. Tokar [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Saturday, March 17, 2001 7:50 PM
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> Subject: gardening question
> OK, all you ARROW folk -- any advice on growing grass in a pot? And yes,
> I mean the legal kind, some nice green grass to have indoors, like a
> houseplant. I have been told it is difficult. Is this true? Any
> suggestions on what kind to grow? And also are there any flowers that
> grow well with grass -- I'd love to throw some poppies in there, but have
> been told by same pessimistic friend that those are tough, too. I would
> appreciate any contradiction or confirmation of these rumors. Thanks.
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