Several months ago, I wrote a post about an impulse buy I’d made a local plant wholesaler – a sedum tile that was grown to be used as part of a green roof installation.
At the time, I really had no idea how I would end up using the sedum tile… I just knew I wanted to buy one because it seemed so versatile, with endless possibilities on how it could be used.
I thought I’d show you how I used my sedum tile, actually 2 sedum tiles, since I ending up buying another one!
My Possibility – A Sedum Bowl
Not longer after my original post was published, I was contacted by a regional grower of the sedum tiles, Kawasaki Greenhouses in Long Island, NY. They’d seen the post and were interested in promoting other uses for their Etera sedum tiles besides green roof installations.
The folks at Kawasaki Greenhouses have generously offered to let me give away one sedum tile to a lucky reader. All you have to do is post a comment with an idea on how you would use your sedum tile. I know you’re an innovative and imaginative bunch so please feel free to get creative.
I’ll chose a winner at random on Wednesday, October 10th and then Kawasaki Greenhouses will send a sedum tile directly to the lucky winner.
UPDATE – The contest has ended and we have a winner – Judy! Thanks to everyone who left a comment and entered the contest and also thanks again to the generous folks at Kawasaki Greenhouses.