Cynodon Dactylon (Dhub or Durva) is a variety of grass native to India that is used in nearly every prayer. It is easy to grow and simple to maintain.
- Pot (invasive in ground and hard to control)
- Durva grass suckers (with roots)
- Durva Grass branches (4 inches long)
- prepare pot with soil and moisten with water.
- plant suckers with root towards the middle of the pot
- plant branches around the outer edge of the pot.
- spray with water daily until growth (usually 3-7 days)