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Their love for their new garden beds is undeniable, a sentiment shared with every visitor to their home. The assembly was a bit of a project, one they tackled over a couple of evenings with a friend. Once assembled, the beds proved to be incredibly sturdy, a quality they were quite impressed with. The most challenging part, they found, was moving enough dirt to fill the beds. They discovered a cost-effective solution by contacting a local landscaping company to deliver dirt by the yard, rather than buying bagged dirt from hardware stores. The process involved moving the dirt by wheelbarrow, but it was well worth the effort.

Their 3-year-old child is an active participant in their gardening adventure, helping to grow a remarkable variety of plants. Inspired by the principles of "Square Foot Gardening," they've managed to maximize the space in their beds. This year alone, they've grown basil, tomatoes, peppers, snap peas, Lincoln peas, zucchini, watermelon, bush beans, corn, strawberries, and carrots. They plan to rotate their crops in the fall, introducing cooler weather plants like pumpkins, broccoli, lettuce, spinach, cauliflower, beans, peas, and cabbage.

Every visitor is curious about where they got these amazing beds. They're not just functional; they're also aesthetically pleasing. The investment was well worth it, especially when they considered the cost and maintenance of alternative materials like cedar. Quick shipping, stellar customer service, and a product robust enough to withstand heavy use and a toddler's enthusiastic "love" for the plants, have all contributed to their satisfaction. These galvanized steel raised garden beds have not just transformed their garden; they've become a point of pride and a topic of conversation among their friends and family.

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