I could not find a way to put the picture in here, so i'm linking to it:
My question is, being of the nature of the material would it hurt my plants?
Thanks in advance,
Indeed. ANy kind of metal should be avoided for potting plants, as it will
dissolve slightly in water and poison them. Especially avoid with orchids,
mosses, carnivorous plants, and anything with a weak root system, as it will
poison them especially quick.
Yes, placing something like this in your garden would not only kill your
plants, but the neighbor's plants as well. I'm calling the EPA.
When sock-puppeting in the future, you may wish to change your email address
to differ from the title of the webpage you're spamming.
Have a little pity! Trashy product that even trashy customers wouldn't
waste their money on when Uncle Deekus already made ten better out ones by
welding rebar to random parts off that rusty car that's been on blocks in
front of the trailer for the last eight or nine years. It's just sad.
Think of the dreams of wealth that went through some drunken loon's mind
before posting stealth spam, like Zippy the Pinhead's plan to sell dried
dogturds on a stick on eBay, only to discover later that the only bidder
was himself. Life is just so awfully full of big mistakes & bigger
-paghat the ratgirl
"Of what are you afraid, my child?" inquired the kindly teacher.
"Oh, sir! The flowers, they are wild," replied the timid creature.
Your own garden design preferences have been reflected in
your effective use of time tested, hardscape materials. However,
couldn't you imagine a garden using unconventional materials such
as welded rebar to good effect? (No real need for automotive parts.
Why gild the lily? :^)
Zippy the Pinhead is one strange looking dude!
firstname.lastname@example.org (Tyler John) wrote in
I happened to know a Capt. Pikard who put a rusted metal sign that he
"found" at an archaeolgical dig in his brother's vineyard. Long story
short, the sign touched an encapsulated power conduit and electrocuted him
(the brother). Naturally, all the plants died afterwards. The Captain
wasn't around to help, as he was away boldly going where no one had gone
What were you thinking? You should have first questioned yourself
about the advisability of this shabby posting:
Will anybody be so taken with the products that they ignore this affront
and actually order something?
The only thing hurt is your credibility.
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