Thursday, June 27, 2013

New Use for Erosion Control Fabric

Hanging from a large oak tree, below, chandy stays on 24/7.


Recognize the tablecloth?  Erosion control fabric.  Bought in huge rolls.
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Garden & Be Well,     XO Tara
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Pic this month from Susanne Hudson's garden.

8 comments:

Lori Buff said...

I love the chandelier too.

Janie Jurkiewicz said...

I had no idea they made erosion control fabric..noted!

Home and Lifestyle Design said...

Love It!
Thanks Patty

NellJean said...

Jute Landscape Fabric -- Love the color and texture; makes great covers for things that need screening out of sight.

I put a dark dollar store plastic tablecloth underneath the skirt that hides water barrels under a shelf in the greenhouse.

For those of us who will never use 200 yards, big box stores carry 10 yard rolls.

Victoria said...

love it
I am thinking that might work
to keep the birds from picking
my blackberries?

Merlin said...

Hah! I saw the erosion material at COSTCO this morning...better go back... franki

Pink Overalls @DIY Home Staging said...

What's next? Nothing would surprise me now. Nice repurposing.

Sandy Fry said...

Unless they're solar powered, it doesn't seem ecologically sound to have the lamps and chandelier on 24/7. I'm hoping they're solar.