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Those plastic election signs are useful in the garden

Posted by zands 10b Fl (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 1, 10 at 11:17

I snagged some after the primary was finished. After this Tuesday election day (in USA) there will tons of these eyesores that will need to be removed

These signs have nice heavy steel wire...good for propping up plants and tomatoes. Good for training a branch to go another way. The wire thickness varies from sign to sign.

The corrugated plastic in these signs must be very durable and strong. I plan on burying some as a barrier against a neighbor's invasive ficus hedge roots. Could be cut up and used as edging too and to keep dirt within a raised bed.

That's my election roundup and may the best man win!

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RE: Those plastic election signs are useful in the garden

Good idea! At least there will be some definite positive results from these upcoming elections. No matter what your political persuasion, I think we have all had quite enough of the banners, placards, signs and ads for this election season. Happy growing!!


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