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See us at:
Barn Yard Flea Market in Greer 2000 Highway 101S
D20-21 Saturday March 9th
D20-21 Sunday March 10th

Order now for Spring - real western cedar beds - no nasty chemicals!!

*** Starting your beds now with leaf mulch and veggie scraps will supercharge your plantings***
*** Coffee grounds, leaves, grass clippings, veggie scraps, banana peels can all be composted in your beds ***
*** Add some red wriggler fishing worms to speed it up **** *** See our website for a link to composting with worms ***
Raised Bed Kits make a great gift for the gardener in your family!

Add a native wild bee habitat and get 25% more berries, veggies and flowers! (see picture #6, Crown Bees link is on our website)

Our Raised Bed Kits are available in 6 sizes and can be stacked for more depth! **

Single High (1'): 1x3 - $75 1x6 - $85 2x3 -$80 2x6 -$90 3x3 -$85 3x6 - $95

Double High (2'): Use 2 same size kits plus tie together kits for $10 - can also heavy zip ties

Many people are buying these as gifts for their gardening spouses


Raised garden beds make starting an early garden a snap!

We take all major credit cards and PayPal. Delivery is available. We have delivered as far away as Tennessee!
If you want to pick up beds at one of our scheduled events, please order in advance so we can bring your order with us.
These beds are Western Red Cedar so no toxic pressure treat chemicals.

We use only ceramic coated screws touching the soil and the assembly bolts are hot dipped galvanized so they don't rust.

Our beds will fit in most cars and any truck.

Assemble the bed in less than 5 minutes where you want the garden. You can also assemble on a table and easily carry to your garden area; beds are very strong, but weigh only 10-40 lbs.

A few simple steps and a small space in your backyard becomes a garden!

Here's all it takes...
1. Connect the ends to the sides using the eight included hot-dipped galvanized bolts; finger tight and then finish with a 7/16-inch wrench or pliers. Double high beds come with extra braces and bolts to stack 2 beds together (or even 3 if you want).
2. These beds are deep enough to make weed block landscape fabric in the bottom optional.
3. Fill your beds with soil mix up to the rim - it will settle a couple of inches after watering.
4. Plant, water and ENJOY!

Now is a great time to add leaves,grass clippings,fruit and veggie scraps, and even coffee grounds to new or existing beds to compost for your spring planting. Surround broccoli, cabbage, and other larger vegetables with smaller, quicker to mature vegetables like lettuce, spinach, and radishes. Cucumber, squash, and beans can vine happily overhead on trellises. Add some plastic sheeting to protect from early frost and who knows what you can do. Nothing tastes as good or is as healthy for you as vegetables fresh from your own garden.

Square Foot Gardening by Mel Bartholomew is an excellent source of information on small space gardening.

See our website at www.gardenhavenproducts.com for our weekly schedule


See us at:
Barnyard Flea Market Greer
D20-21 Saturday March 9th
D20-21 Sunday March 10th
Wednesdays Bargain Exchange Market in Pickens A8-9 under the shed
(Call us first as we only bring raised bed orders for pickup and poor weather may prevent attendance) www.gardenhavenproducts.com and FaceBook/jim.coon.58
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