Well after i went and bought five big plastic bags to plant some border screening shrubs in, today it occurred to me that my old duck feed bags would be perfect. (I'd have saved $11. ) And i have tons of these bags and never have enough things to do with them. (i'm using these bags as a pot plant because i want the plants to be off the ground but also because i am planting running bamboo and don't want the roots going in the ground. My first idea was to plant something else in which case the roots would not have been in teh ground until the plant was older. I'd think those bags would last quite a while in that way. But now iwth the bamboo, i can slit hte sides so that the roots can go out and around in the box while at the same time getting some support from the bag. I am going to build a corrugated iron box around them to keep it off the ground. It will be about 6 metres or so long. Maybe even a bit longer. What are you latest reuse and recycling discoveries? Share your ideas here.