Catgrass Gourmet Treats Mixed Greens - Renee&
Catgrass Gourmet Treats Mixed Greens - Renee&
Catgrass Gourmet Treats Mixed Greens - Renee&
Catgrass Gourmet Treats Mixed Greens - Renee&
Catgrass Gourmet Treats - Renee&
Catgrass Gourmet Treats - Renee&

Cat Gourmet Treats Mixed Greens - Renee's Garden Seeds

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Gourmet Mixed GreensTreats

Container Cat Treats

House cats (and pet rabbits and birds) naturally crave and enjoy eating greens. Planting our extra fancy blend of four organically grown grasses just for them will satisfy this need and deflect them from eating your houseplants. Our nutritious blend is tender, sweet and easy to digest, containing easily assimilated vitamins and enzymes that keep your pet healthy and beautiful. Fresh greens are a natural breath freshener and provide beneficial roughage that will aid your pet's digestion and prevent hair balls.
Seed Count: Approx. 600-650

Sow Indoors

Sun/Shade

Planting Depth

Space Seeds

Days To Germinate

Days To Harvest

Any time

Sun or
Part Shade

1/2 inch

1/4 inch

3 –7

10 – 14


ANNUAL CEREAL GRASSES

Oat, rye, wheat, barley
Organically grown

 FOR BEST RESULTS

Fill a 6 inch diameter or larger, pot with moistened planting mix. Sprinkle seeds 1/4 inch apart over the surface, cover 1/2 inch deep with mix, and water gently. Keep pot moist but not soggy, and be sure to provide a good light source. The pot of grasses can be kept indoors for pets to graze on at their leisure. Fertilize every 2 weeks using a non-chemical fertilizer, such as fish emulsion.

 GROWING NOTES

Our ample packet provides enough seed for 3 to 4 sowings. The grasses are ready for pets to nibble when the blades are at least a few inches tall, normally in about 10-14 days after sowing. If grasses get too tall and fall over, “mow” them down to 3-4 inches with a pair of scissors. For a constant supply, try sowing a pot every 2 weeks. Give your pet access to only one pot of grass at a time, and switch pots each week. When grass does not re-grow vigorously after cutting down and fertilizing, discard and start again with new seed and soil mix.

 DINING IDEAS

Most cats will recognize the grass as a treat right away. To encourage finicky eaters, place the pot beside the kitty’s food and spritz it with water. This usually does the trick and cats who newly discover this treat delight in it!

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