Plant Christmas Wheat and reap good luck!
In the past, people planted Christmas Wheat to ensure a good harvest, while today it is mainly planted as a festive decoration. Traditionally, Christmas Wheat is planted on 4 December (the Feast of Saint Barbara), 8 December (Feast of the Immaculate Conception) or on 13 December (St Lucy's Day), so that it germinates in time for Christmas Eve and grows to produce beautiful young wheat. After Christmas, the birds in your garden will be happy to have something to nibble on.
Go green during the holidays!
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