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Gardening has been a lifelong passion for Wende and she’d like to share her passion with her readers. Follow her as she writes about her gardening adventures, lists tasks to do depending on the season, and gives easy to understand gardening advice.

What Can a Gardener Do In the Middle of Winter?

indoor, winter, pets

This is from Stein's Gardening Calendar. I plan to try this for my kitty!

"Consider planting a pot of ryegrass for your cat.  Fill a 6-inch pot with a well-drained potting mix.  Sprinkle ryegrass seeds on the soil surface.  Lightly rake the surface to ensure good seed-to-soil contact.  Water thoroughly until the excess runs out the bottom of the pot.  Cover with plastic, or water often enough to keep the soil surface moist.  Move to a warm, sunny window.  The grass should sprout in one to two weeks.   Water until the excess runs out the drainage hole.  Water again when the top few inches begin to dry."

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