How to Grow Pet Grass

Why not grow some tasty treats for your pets? Cats, dogs, guinea pigs and rabbits love to nibble plants, but it's important to provide them with ones they can safely eat. The grasses grown here provide nutrition for your pets as well.

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7. Water the containers.

Keep the containers well watered as the plants grow. Trim the plants using scissors to keep them at a good height for your pet.

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Excerpted from Ready, Set, Grow! by DK Books

2010

Dorling Kindersley

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