This is in the odd question category:
Last fall I cut some sod out of an area of my lawn to build a patio. I got caught by an early snowfall, and didn't have time to deal with the waste sod rolls before snow came.
This spring, the sod looks in surprising good shape, and hardly any dirt has fallen off the root mass. I am tempted to attempt planting it on some bare dirt I have, but am not experienced enough to know whether this is a waste of my time or not. Is it worth a try and see if it will take?
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