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Monday, March 23

{CLOSED} Giveaway | Big Bag Bed Fabric Raised Garden Bed Giveaway US Ends 4/7

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

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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!!

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  1. This garden looks so fun and would save me so much trouble!

  2. I would love to have the The Original so I can plant some pansies and some roses in it!

  3. I would choose the Original size and use it in my backyard. I would grow tomatoes, cucumbers, cilantro, and some kind of lettuce.

  4. I would definitely get the original size. It's perfect for a small side garden of wildflowers or a raised bed of melons and squash! I use the smaller fabric pots around my patio for tomatoes and they're just great!

  5. I'd like a small easy care vegetable garden. The original would be great for me. Big enough to plant a variety or vegetable but small enough for easier care. The fact that it can be used more than one year an added bonus.

  6. The Original size would be great for my butterfly garden I've run out of flower beds and had not seen this before and it would be perfect to grow my milk week in my front yard. With a drought now I would love to water this and take out some lawn .

  7. I would pick the original. I just moved to a barren yard. It needs color. Since I dont have a green thumb I need all the help I can get. I would plant pansies and impatients because thats what grows best in my shady yard. Thanks so much. I have entered many times today. :-)

  8. I do container gardening already but would love to try this

  9. I would get the original and plant vegetables.

  10. I would choose the original because I would plant a lot! The things I use regularly in the kitchen would be wonderful to grow, like jalapenos, cilantro, mint and other herbs. I would have so much fun with this! Thank you so much for a great giveaway! :-)

  11. I would get the original. I would plant tomatoes in hon of my mother who died last year. Se was an avid vegetable gardener. I want to do thi to honor her around a tree I have in memory of m sister Rosanne

  12. I would choose the original as I do so much planting. I would use it in my backyard as each year I have a big vegetable garden with tomatoes, cucumbers, peas, beans and other veggies.
    Laurie Emerson
    lauraemerson17 at yahoo dot com

  13. I would probably choose the original because we do a garden each year full of green onions, tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers and our herbs. We are hoping to do flowers this year too!

  14. Nicole Carter (Weasley)April 7, 2015 at 10:33 AM

    I would chose the original because I have a large yard and I would grow onions, tomatoes and maybe some snap peas.

  15. I'd choose the original to plant some vegetables in

  16. I would choose tho original for the garden space on the side of the house. I would plant a variety of tomatoes, cucumbers and some sweet and hot peppers.
    Tara Woods

  17. We would use it in the backyard. We would grow some radishes, and some peppers, some lettuce, some tomatoes. Sounds fun!

  18. I'd choose the original to plant some different variety of things in it this year !! never done something like that,so it ought to be fun


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