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Growing organic grass in containers for rabbits

Posted by sha..2008 (My Page) on
Mon, Mar 10, 08 at 1:55

Hi there--I just joined this forum. I know nothing about gardening but would like to start growing grass organically in containers for my rabbits to munch on. I live in a hot and humid climate. I live in an apartment that gets partial sun only in the morning. Where do I start? Thank you-Sha

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RE: Growing organic grass in containers for rabbits

Hey people grow sprouts for human consumption no reason why you cannot grow grass. You'll need to find a shallow container 3" deep, drill holes in the bottom for the water to drain, add some rock/gravel below the compost and buy some grass seed, fescue.

Here is a link that might be useful: Propagating Perennials

RE: Growing organic grass in containers for rabbits

oh wow thats the one thing i do not have on my patio garden is grass for my bunnie. I usualy just buy thoes small plastic things with the seed. he will eat all that in one sitting lol hes such a porky bunn. im courious to know how your grass growing is going :P

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