Using Wheat Grass for Spring Decor. (For less than $2)

Yes, yes, I’ve talked about wheat grass before.  I’m going to talk about it again, just because I love it so.
wheat grass, white planter, green, spring, decor

I love that you can buy it in a pint size container at the grocery store for a buck fifty. (How often do you get a flower arrangement for less than $2?!)
I love that you can pop it right out of the plastic container and into a pretty container.  (No dirt needed…)

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I love that it is simple and elegant.

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I also love that these cheap footed bowls from Target have like 8 different colors of spray paint and are still holding up beautifully.

I love that I can treat them like little houseplants… give them a bit of water here and there…

wheat grass, decor, blue urns, decorative plate, white plate, monogram, personalized, anniversary

I love that they are less expensive than fresh flowers (buy a mile!) and that they provide the same feeling for the room.

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Nice, simple, inexpensive, elegant. Love.

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I have a few different spots where I have wheat grass.  If you treat it like you would fresh flowers, you’ll get a bigger bang for your buck and when you (OK, when I) inadvertently kill it, you’re only out a few dollars.

Pretty cool.

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