These signs were seen near some new plantings at a local park. It’s one of those situations where you assume someone’s sense of humour has got the better of them. Something has definitely been lost in translation. What is the message here? Is this some kind of random, adopt a piece of grass, scenario? Should I stop and offer a quiet word of solitude to the grass? Are the signs some kind of visual stimulus for the grass so that it remains on its best behaviour? I can only guess that perhaps ‘keep off the grass’ is best substituted.