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Plants in My Keyboard

KeyboardDo you dare?

What’s the weirdest thing you’ve ever grown a plant in?

Does the little tree sprouting in the rain-soaked back seat of my dad’s 1977 Celica count?

Stupid ideas via Gizmodo

Posted by on August 23, 2007 at 12:02 pm, in the category Shut Up and Dig.
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6 responses to “Plants in My Keyboard”

  1. eliz says:

    My most daring containers are an old metal milk box and an old enameled coffee pot. No big whup.

    But I am in awe of the Southern gardeners I documented (via the Gardenweb thread) who use old beds, toilet bowls, car parts, and more!

    I’d like to find a way to plant up the gas grill–we never use it. You know, I think it could be striking!

  2. Ellis Hollow says:

    An old chamber pot. Shiny flour and sugar canisters. Chimney tiles. Oh, and Sloggers, of course.

  3. garett says:

    i was taking a shower one day when i realized there was a little green sprout shooting up out of the drain. i own several pet birds and could only reason that the seed came from the bird seed mix.

  4. Marte says:

    That is a really scary picture.

  5. Vid Stewart says:

    It was a ’74 Corolla Wagon, I’ll have you know, and it was a lovely little Mimosa.

  6. My hamster’s cage — a little procrastination on cleaning coupled with my hamster storing her food directly under her water bottle – netted a garden of bean sprout suitable for sprinkling on your salad. LOL – do NOT try this at home.