So I thought I would try growing wheatgrass for one of my craft projects. The result turned out nicely, but took a little longer than expected. I used wheat berries intended for edible wheatgrass, but I am pretty sure you could use any whole wheat berry and get similar results.
1. Put wheat berries in a bowl, cover with water and soak overnight for 10-12 hours.
2. Put approx 1" of potting soil into a container and add water. TIP: Pouring water over the back of a spoon allows for more even distribution.
3. Add a single layer of sprouted wheat to the top of the soil. Keep sprouts wet and dark for a couple of days.
4. Put container in a window or other sunny spot and watch grow!