Cat Grass Seeds Certified Organic Non-GMO Hard Wheat
All of our pet grass products are grown and packaged by hand right here in Kansas, The Wheat State. Anyone can grow fresh pet grass for their cat. The best thing is that our seeds for growing pet grass are guaranteed to grow or you get your money back in 30-days.
Tips to keep your kitty garden thriving
• For best results, grow cat grasses from seeds, available at a pet supply store or online. Choose a heavy, shallow container that your cats are unlikely to knock over and fill it about three quarters full with loose potting soil, using a spray bottle to dampen the soil as you add it. Place the container on a saucer or tray.
• Sprinkle seeds evenly over the surface. Cover lightly with about a quarter inch of soil.
• Cover the container very loosely with plastic wrap. Keep at room temperature and away from direct sunlight (and out of reach of curious pets). Make sure the soil doesn't dry out.
Indoor cat grass is a safe alternative to outdoor grasses that may be treated with pesticides or other harmful chemicals. Our whole wheat seeds are easy to grow in any container you choose. Whole Wheat Oat Grass contains vitamins and minerals that aid in overall health and good digestion. How To Grow Cat Grass: If you are providing the Cat Grass for your cats, use shallow containers filled with potting soil, and lightly broadcast the Cat Grass seeds across the top. Cover the ornamental grass seeds with soil and keep it moist. It can be grown indoors in a sunny window. For use as an ornamental grass, start the Cat Grass seeds in pots. The grass can be transplanted into annual color pots and will reach nearly 24 inches in height. Cat Grass Variegated (Hordeum Vulgare Variegate) - Whether you are growing Cat Grass seeds for your feline friends or as ornamental grass, you can not go wrong! Variegated Cat Grass is lovely with bright white and green foliage, and it is lovely as a seasonal accent plant growing with other annuals in containers and borders. Cat Grass has never been as popular as it is now, and you can easily start Cat Grass seeds and satisfy your cat's craving for grasses.Lucy's Cat Grass sells the best selection of seeds and seed kits for growing organic cat grass for your finicky feline friend and other pets including Lucy's very own Buck Oat Grass Seeds; and unique varieties of organic wheat grass seeds and organic oat grass seeds.a small pot to grow in organic potting soil cat grass seeds plastic wrap water I say organic potting soil because your kitties are going to be eating ...Lucy's oat grass seeds and wheat grass seeds are health store quality and are grown and packaged by hand in Kansas, the wheat state. They are organically certified - free of pesticides - and easy to grow. Just plant the seeds and within days your cats will be enjoying their very own organic vegetation. It couldn't be easier!my cat grass used to look like yours, but lately can only find "cat grass" pkgs that are oat seeds (see pic...seeds are different from yours) and yes, i've had to go back to buying the already grown grass in the pet stores, but since they are fully grown they don't last much longer after purchase. I will continue my search for wheat grass seeds next shopping trip, but as I mentioned can only find the seeds in my pic. I will try the nurseries again too.This is my cat grass (wheatgrass seeds) 3 1/2 days after planting the seeds. I followed your very easy directions and I started having little sprouts within 24 hrs. I had read lots of directions on different websites about how to plant my cat grass seeds and many sites said you had to soak the seeds for hours and do it again and then plant the seeds after they sprouted. Seemed like a lot of unnecessary time and trouble to go thru...so liking to do things the easiest and fastest way possible I chose your instructions and they absolutely worked!! I used organic soil & seeds from Todd's Seeds and tomorrow I think my cat grass will be ready for a fun time for my little brat kitty Ralph! I don't even care if he happens not to like to eat it...at least maybe he might choose to attack the cat grass rather than my poor house plants!!