Finnish Easter Grass

It is still snowing here in Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula adding to the several feet of snow on the ground. The only signs of spring are the extra sunlight, and our Easter grass. Growing grass indoors is a long Finnish tradition that symbolizes the coming of spring. It is especially fun to do this when you have kids in the house.

If you'd like to learn more about Finnish Easter traditions check out This is Finland. You can learn how Finnish Easter is similar to American Halloween, in addition to traditional Easter foods. 

The Rooster Tray is made by Marjaana Niskanen and is for sale along with other patterns here.

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