Will grass change color like most flowers do if it grows in dyed water?

I am trying to create an eco-column for science class. My idea must be unique and I was thinking about dyeing the water and hoping that a fast-growing plant, my only idea is grass, would change colors like some flowers do. At first, I was researching white carnations because they definitely change color but realized that it would take too long to grow from a seed. If grass won't change color, are there any other fast-growing plants that will? 

Just about any plant will color from the water but you may not see it until it goes to fruit, seed, or fallow.

steveastrouk10 months ago

Even cut flowers will draw sufficient water to be dyed. Have you tried that ?