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  1. #1
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    What to do with patches of grass??

    My bf and I recently planted a garden and some flower beds. Now we have dozens of square patches of grass and dirt! We have allready filled in every hole on our street with them and still have plenty. Can anyone think of something I can do with these?

    Thanks
    kusami

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  3. #2
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    Maybe put some signs up at the grocery store-free gardening grass, just need to pick up?

    Maybe you can donate it to a school and kids can do a gardening project?

  4. #3
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    This is sod you're talking about, right?

    Could you make this?

    http://www.readymademag.com/feature_6_sodcouch.php

    Heh heh.

  5. #4
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    sometimes i see square or rectangle pots planted with grass on tables and stuff. you could do taht, or bring it to my neighborhood...it looks horible.

  6. #5
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    sprout a couch

    thanks for sharing that link mindshare! :D I think I can convince a few people to help me make that couch.. My bf was just talking about wanting a bench or something so he could sit out there with his garden patch. Ill be sure to post a pic if and when we finish..


 

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