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Tuesday, March 24, 2015

Big Bag Bed Giveaway

I keep telling myself it is spring, even with all the snow on the ground. Time to start thinking about plantings for the summer. Winning this giveaway will help get you on your way, and there will be six winners. Don't miss out if you're in the continental US. You have through 4/7 to enter to win. Good luck.
Enter the Big Bag Bed Giveaway. Ends 4/7

***6 Winners***
Big Bag Bed Size of Winner's Choice

Hosted by:
A Lucky Ladybug
and 
Make Our Own Network
Co-Hosted by:
Michigan Saving and More 
and 
Monica's Rants, Raves, and Reviews
No matter what you want to plant and where you want to plant it, the Big Bag Bed is your solution.
Made in the USA, it's your plant-friendly, BPA-free fabric bag designed to let you grow full gardens in small or irregular spaces. It sets up in minutes with no installation or construction. And it provides the healthiest root and plant growth without over watering, guarding against burrowing creatures, or experiencing any of those other common gardening woes. Grow the garden vegetables you've always wanted...
All at a price that won't break the bank (or your back!).

This giveaway is open to the Continental US only (because of shipping costs) and will end on April 7th, 2015.  Good Luck!!

26 comments:

  1. I would like the Jr. I am bound and determined to grow something in my yard and to improve the appearance of my front yard. Thank you

    candieluster(at)gmail(dot)com

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  2. I would pick the original size and plant a variety radishes, onions, cilantro, etc. Or maybe just potatoes. It would be great for that. My wife has some planter boxes, she doesn't share though.

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  3. I would probably get the original size. We're renting and can't dig up the ground and I'm currently gardening in pots but having this would be a lot better

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  4. I would get the Original size,I grow a variety of vegetables,tomatoes,carrots,potatoes,melons,and beets,It's a variety and a lot of work,the Big Bag Bed would be so much easier on my back.

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  5. I would get the original size. We have such rocky soil that it is hard to dig. I love to grow all types of flowers and vegetables. I am going to try to grow yellow squash and pumpkins this year.

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  6. I would like original size for bigger crops of tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers, okra, and maybe something else! This would be so nice to have.

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  7. I would choose the original size. I would plant mostly vegetables with some flowers mixed in for color. These look great and I'd love to own one.

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  8. I would choose the Biggest of the 3 and I would plant different Ant Repellent Herbs.

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  9. I would choose the original and use it on my deck to plant some tomatos and green peppers

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  10. I would get the original and put it by my shed to grow vegetables.

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  11. I love how the Big Bad Bed is something that can be used year after year! I would use this to plant tomatoes, the favorite veggie in this family!

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  12. I would get the Original and grow some tomatoes and herbs. I would put this on my patio.

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  13. I choose the Original and I would plant fruits and vegetables to have my own garden.

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  14. I would get the original place it by my garage to grow vegetables

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  15. I would like original size for bigger crops of tomatoes, and peppers

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  16. I would get the original and I would grow tomatoes and herbs on my terrace.

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  17. I would get the original and grow my tomatoes in it in the backyard.

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  18. I'd choose the original raised bed. I'd grow spinach, onions, carrots, basil, rosemary, and chives.

    Thanks for a perfectly wonderful giveaway!

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  19. With the size of our yard I would choose the original size and plant flowers initially then move on to herbs.

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  20. I would choose the original and fill it with colorful flowers and heirloom tomatoes!

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  21. I would probably get the original and do tomatoes and peppers!

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  22. We are currently working on our landscaping and I think I would choose the original size and plan some annuals and perienals in it....maybe some wildflowers & succulents too.

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  23. I would get the mini size, it would be ideal for the apartment we live in

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  24. I would get the original size to grow strawberries in! Hopefully it would be high enough to keep my cocker spaniel from plucking & eating the ripe ones! =)

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