Thursday, August 23, 2012

Grass

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image via Lila B

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image via Into the Woods

image via Datura and Raw Photo Design

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image via Michael Daigian

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image via Nest Floral Studio

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image via Springwell Gardens (ornithogalum)

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Happy Thursday!

 

4 comments:

Never A Plain Jane said...

Oooo, I think the best part of using grass is that guests can take home a square of the sod to plant. You know, a "help our love grow" kind of thing with environmental benefits on the side!

Katie Pollard said...

Fascinating! How is this accomplished? I know I'm going to want to try this soon.

Mimi said...

Again...thank you Amy for featuring an Into The Woods design! That photo was taken at a corporate event at the Ritz Carlton on Grand Cayman. We <3 Botanical Brouhaha!

Mimi

Margaret in Austin said...

Katie, except for the Into the Woods design (which uses real sod) these designs are made with wheatgrass. If you have a local place that sells wheatgrass juice, contact them and ask who their supplier is. Because wheatgrass is a specialty product, there's usually only a few suppliers in any given area.

Or ask your local commercial produce supplier if they stock it or can get it special order for you. FYI, it grows really fast even in a cooler. Every time I've used it, I've had to give it a trim. :)