Diy Green Pea Grass

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You don`t need a garden to grow this decorative and delicious green pea grass.

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Step 1: You`ll Need:

Dry peas

Jars

Soil

Water

Step 2: How To:

Collect some beautiful jars.

Plant peas in soil with 1 cm in between.

Sprinkle with soil and water. Keep the soil moist.

Step 3: Voila!

In just a couple of days you`ll get green and tasty peas grass.

Sprinkle it on your sandwich and enjoy!

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    6 Discussions

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    wold630

    3 years ago

    How deep do you plant the peas?

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    KeeganB6

    3 years ago

    This seems like a really cool project! I plan on making it within the next week. Does anyone know if you could just dry out fresh/frozen peas yourself? I was going to by some dried peas, but it might be interesting do dry my own.

    -Keegan

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    femmepasseuleKeeganB6

    Reply 3 years ago

    Frozen vegetables are often blanched, meaning they are immersed in hot water before being frozen. So the plant within the pea would probably be killed. But if you buy fresh peas from the produce department, I don't think you need to dry them, that you can just plant them as is. Although TBH, a pack of seeds often costs less than buying fresh peas.

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    KeeganB6femmepasseule

    Reply 3 years ago

    Okay, Thanks! I'll buy some fresh peas soon and plant them! (your pictures are also very good)