Make/Do: Seeds & Sprouts
Spring is right around the corner! In Portland, we get overly excited about the first bud on the cherry blossom trees & the first eager daffodil to nudge out of the ground. Spring also means it's time to start thinking about a garden. No matter how big or small, every garden starts with seeds.
One way to get instant-gardening gratification is to "sprout". Loads of things can be sprouted from legumes (such as lentils), grains (wheatberries/wheatgrass wins this one) and many seeds ( also called micro greens - which is what's in the teacup above). If you think perhaps growing micro greens will become your new domestic obsession, check this out?
If you have the space, will you soon start some seedlings to later plant in your garden? This year I have lettuce, green beans, tomatoes & herbs on my 'to garden list. I'm not much of a gardener, but this year plan to do a bit more than last.