It’s time for the 180-day updated review on the Birdies and Vego Garden Beds. I cover a few spots I’ll be watching and share a tip about what you may not want to plant in the extra tall raised garden beds.
You can find the blog post with the head-to-head specs here:
Last month I compiled all the questions you’ve asked and the answers, too; you can find them all on my website here:
Thanks to @Geeky Gardens for the photo of the bottomless beds.
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The landscape fabric:
DeWitt SBLT4300 Sunbelt Ground Cover Weed Barrier, 4-Feet Width by 300-Feet Length
Hoops and Netting:
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About Michelle in the Meadow
I am a suburban gardener located in zone 9A in Northeast Florida. I started growing in this suburban lot in 2019 and have expanded the garden yearly. In 2020 I started making Facebook Videos about the garden, and in 2022 created this YouTube channel. I enjoy making content about my garden, what I’m growing and learning, and from time to time, the general vlog, too.
About our Growing Season & Gardens
We have 300+ days between frost dates and can pretty much garden year-round. We are currently growing in many raised garden beds of various sizes. We grow along both sides of the house, in grow bags, in the ground, in Greenstalk vertical planters, and pots on the patio.
Michelle in the Meadow YouTube Channel https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCbUGYMmjynlYUxC_-Mz5Kng
Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/michelleinthemeadow
Vego vs. Birdies Video Playlist https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLlFCKM1rTPP4ITKEgIAyP_CMThasAxYS9
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