Win A Free Planter!

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I was looking through craigslist one day when I came across an ad for BZBCabinsAndOutdoors for small outdoor wooden structures. I made a thread on our forums inquiring if one of our members in NJ had heard of the company and within a couple of days they signed up to our site so they could answer any questions about their product.

After answering a few that I had; I wrote a blog post last spring about them; which I recently updated with a video; that generated a lot of interest in their cabins. The company was very appreciative of the increased traffic to their site and generously offered one of their planters as a prize for a giveaway contest. Make sure you come back and click the I visited button to verify your entry.

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Description.

These high quality solid pine wood planters are made of Thermally Modified Wood* that is weather resistant and does not require maintenance. Not consisting any chemicals, the TherMod products are decay, mold and insect resistant. These features make the planter boxes ideal for organic gardening. The interlocking design makes the assembly simple and allows you easily to change the planter box height, design, and add accessories. For example, you can turn your planter box into a garden bench or working table by adding some additional boards. Please see the assembly VIDEO! An additional feature is that each board is reversible so you can choose between grooved or smooth surface for your planter box. Planter box Marigold 42 would look lovely indoors or outdoors. Filled with peonies, lilies, or with one of your beloved ferns, it will look great bordering your deck or patio. Planter box will also create an attractive display of flowers or greenery in any area of your house with its beautiful design.

So enter now for your chance to win a free planter, Good Luck!

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Our family relocated to Maine 17 Years ago to get to a simpler way of life after the birth of our daughter. We decided to document everything we do about six years ago so we could share our projects with people who are also looking to slow down a little. This site developed from that goal of sharing knowledge.