Ghanaians have come across various plant nursery beds but the one in your picture below looks very creative. Sometimes people throw away and burns used jeans when they are faded but the owner decided to use them in his garden.
The jeans have been filled with soil to look like different shapes of ladies and the owner has planted his flowers and crop in them. Isn't this creative? Some Ghanaians after coming across this said that this looks funny but creative. Others said that this is actually scary and can frighten children in the house. Imagine a child encountering this in the night for the first time.
Others said that this is a waste of soil because it may require too much energy in making it. Some Ghanaians also ask; where will the roots of the plants be? This is because the owner placed these lady's jeans filled with soil on a concrete floor.
Check out reactions from some Ghanaians below:
A Facebook user known as Eric Kugblenu reacted that "But the shapes are really real oo...I hope the plants won't look like some sisters I know".
Another Facebook user known as Edward Tetteh also reacted that "In fact you are very creative look at how you arranged the jeans trousers how did you get all trousers from or bought them".
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