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TogetherFarm Blocks = Raised Beds for Gardening

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Creating raised beds just got easier. - Gardeners check out this product!
This Product is coming to you from TogetherFarm Blocks - Here's my favorite part -It's Made in the USA From Recycled Materials - No hardware or tools are necessary to create your raised bed. Just find your spot and start to build. It's like playing with Legos.
Create a raised bed in minutes - Perfect for those with limited space or for someone who does't plan to stay in one spot for a long period of time. I was introduced to this product from a friend online and just had to take a moment to share.
Getting the kids involved in the garden is really important because you're teaching life skills. The little ones will have a blast helping you build the perfect raised bed for your garden and take personal pride in it every time they glance over at that space. Getting the kids involved is always a great thing. I'm loving this product.

To see more: http://www.gardenupgreen.com/2014/04/togetherfarm-blocks-raised-beds.html

Ask the creator about this project

  • Annette
    Annette Birmingham, AL
    on Apr 18, 2014

    Regardless if a homeowner is wanting a raised garden for flowers or to plant veg's $49.98 for a 2'X2' is outrageous.

    • Garden Up Green - Carole
      Garden Up Green - Carole Greenville, TX
      on Apr 19, 2014

      @Annette Just sharing a concept that I saw online - A little pricey yes but it is neat it's made from recycled materials in the USA - somebody thinking outside the box is a great thing.

  • Carolyn Collier
    Carolyn Collier Birmingham, AL
    on Apr 18, 2014

    Just get old boards. Everyone is tossing out old boards as they remodel. I use them. Works fine. :-)

    • Garden Up Green - Carole
      Garden Up Green - Carole Greenville, TX
      on Apr 19, 2014

      @Carolyn Collier I hear ya- think the concept with this product is you can take it with you if you decide to move. A one time investment kind of thing.

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