I am assembling the Birdies Raised Garden Bed Live and I welcome all who joins to watch as I put it together, it is not that hard doing it by yourself but help definitely is nice.
Below is the video to watch, I hope you enjoy it was really fun for me to see all you lovely people!
To purchase, visit https://michelleinthemeadow.com/patio. Let’s see how easy this Patio bed is to assemble. It is one of the smallest beds, and you can watch the assembly unedited.
SHOW NOTES: I got the bed back onto the base – I loosened all the screws, pressed the panels closer, and it fit like a charm. It was just a rookie mistake. LOL.
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About Michelle In The Meadow:
I’m growing on a 1/4 acre suburban lot. I started gardening here 4 years ago and am glad you are here.
We have more than 80 individual fruit trees and shrubs and more than a dozen different kinds of annuals growing on this property. The slopes make for some interesting ways to garden, but we’re trying to make the best of it.
On the first Sunday evening of each month (7PM Eastern), I go live on YouTube sharing updates and answering your questions.
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