Show off your grass with this zebra!
I am using this for wheatgrass that my cats love to eat. I don't care for the taste personally.
No supports required!
There are two versions of this model, one with a large hole (to fill with soil), and the other that is designed for a strip of jute; jute mats used for hydroponic gardening
I personally recommend the one with a jute mat as you are going to get much more consistent straight grass with that. I also tried the soil version, it's much easier since you literally just throw soil and seeds together, and still looks great, but it doesn't grow nicely organized.
Print! to get mine to fit on print bed, rotate 45 degrees to maximize space on print bed
Take a jute mat and cut a 1" x 10" strip
Cover the entire surface of a single jute strip with seeds on a flat area, making sure every inch is covered in seed, and water daily making sure the jute stays moist, consistency of a soaked sponge
In 4 days or so, your grass will already be growing nice and vertical, the roots will be taking a firm hold growing within/through the strip. Once it's at a length of your liking, put the jute mat strip into the zebra planter.
OPTIONAL, cut a second 1"x10" strip to place under the first strip; it allows the planter to retain more moisture so you don't have to water as often.
Enjoy, water daily :-)