Grass is a quite the topic of conversation lately.
Not that type of grass.
Which do you prefer, plastic or living grass Easter basket?
A long time spring and Easter tradition involves a run to our local feed and seed store.
We ooh and awe at the baby chicks, check out the spring bedding and vegetable garden plants, and scoop up a half-pound of wheat grass seeds.
The latter purchase results in a bumper crop of live Easter grass.
Egghibit A: my Easter 2013 live and in color living grass Easter basket.
Okay, living grass Easter Temp-tations casserole dish basket, but you get the general idea.
Grace Baker with Wire Rack
I lined the bottom of the container with black river rocks from Dollar Tree.
Next, I filled the casserole dish about ¾ full (about an inch below the edge of the dish) with a mixture of potting soil and good old dirt.
Dampen the soil, cover the top with seeds and within two days marvel at sight of growing grass.
On another type of grass front yard front ~
Places In The Home is Easter Sunday central again this year.
Company’s coming, therefore, a DIY landscaping session made the all things house that make a home make ready list.
The combination of looking at ugly winter wrecked beds together with well-timed spring Black Friday sales presents the perfect incentive to get in gear with a front yard freshen up.
Ferns for the front porch, ground cover clipped and managed, and sixteen bags of black mulch later we’re making some progress.
The jury is still out on the status of the Sago palm.
I hope it makes a full recovery.
Exteriors lead to interiors, and next up in my Easter entertaining plans is the tablescape.
I’ll share my ideas and suggestions with you all midweek.
Enjoy your Monday.