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golf bag

Posted by chere 7 (My Page) on
Mon, Apr 11, 11 at 11:45

Could an old golf bag be used for a upside down grow bag or a right side up grow bag with stuff planted in its pockets also? Has anyone tried this? If so please post pictures. I have one and would like to try this. I also saw some free on Craig's list.


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RE: golf bag

Sure, Why Not. You may have to punch some holes for drainage. Be sure topost pictures when you get it finished.

RE: golf bag

I've seen them planted with flowers before...or should I say "fore"!heh heh!

RE: golf bag

Now that's an idea!! It should be possible either way. I would love to see it as a grow bag with flowers coming out all over. Can't wait to see what you do!!


RE: golf bag

I'm thinking of using one of those bags on wheels to pull my shovel, rake , hoe and other big tools along with me.... small ones in the pockets clean up tool wise would be easier...

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