Mar 23 2015
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Big Bag Bed Giveaway – 6 Winners! Ends 4/7/15

Posted by Brooke in Giveaways, Uncategorized / 5 Comments

***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!).

As Spring is (hopefully) springing in your neck of the woods, Brooke Blogs is excited to share this awesome Big Bag Bed Giveaway! We still have snow in the forecast in Ohio, but I am more than ready for warm days spent outside. We like gardening but always have difficulty with finding healthy soil in our yard and an easy place to plant. The Big Bag Bed is the perfect solution! I love the different size options available. My family would really enjoy having one of these to plant our summer garden in. What do you like to plant in your garden?

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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5 Responses to “Big Bag Bed Giveaway – 6 Winners! Ends 4/7/15”

  1. Lisa Ann Smith

    I’d get the Jr size. I’m just thrilled Spring is finally here and I can’t wait to get my hands in the did! Dreaming of growing carrots, cucumbers, and chili peppers!

  2. Robbie Bauldree

    I would get the Jr size bag so that it would fit outside my back door. I would plant tomatoes and green onions and bell peppers.

  3. Krystal Dunlap

    I eould love the original size. I would plant my tomatoes or radishes in it.

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