We will be moving next year, and I will finally have a small garden!
Near where we live now, there is a HUGE green area, with all kinds of wild grasses. The kind you look at, and you can SEE they could be the original forms of our modern grains. I love those, they are pretty, and my guinea-pigs love munching on them.
The Garden I will have is at a newly built house, so there will be no truly established greens on the garden -> Building company will do a basic lawn, but that's it.
How would I best proceed to get the wild grassed to the new place? Would it make sense to try and collect seeds this year? Or can I just go and dig out a little patch of wild grasses next year, and transplant them into the new garden?
PS: Location is southern Germany, the Big Green Patch is a "Streuobstwiese"... Just an area where some fruit trees are semi-public and are usually marked when ppl walking by are allowed to pick the fruit. PPS: NO idea about soil-type, grasses grow like crazy on the Streuobstwiese, and the house is not even built, I will have whatever soil they use to plant the small lawn..