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Using Cattle Panels for Vertical Gardening in Raised Beds

Punny... Love it!
Thank you for being so amazing! Loved your videos....
They can be good for sheep and goats.
I just watched and I loved it! And Ben!😍😍😍 Your style of video has changed so much. I do have to say that I love this. It is truly a teaching video. And the shot of the trellis was clear and I showed to my hubby, I want that for next year! Thank you, and God bless you and your beautiful family!🙏❤️🙏
OMY GOSH HOW CUTE BEN IS IN THIS VIDEO!! Amazing how grown up he is now in 2019. Such a beautiful space.
Love seeing the kids so I have seen all I mean all of the videos and watched all the ads so wishing you all the best and you are amazing girl
Thanks for the cattle panel idea. Works great for a grape trellis.
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Are your panels arched over three or four feet wide walk ways? I’m going to do the same in my new garden. So excited! 😆 😍 Thank you for sharing the idea! 💕🌱
Only 2 T-post is enough for 1 cattle panel?
What happened If it’s very heavy wind comes?
Is it still be good?
what size are your cattle panels
I LOVE the "funny table" at the end!!  TOTALLY something I would do!!  (now I need to find hog and chicken planters)  Love your videos!!
The pots at the end clip were cute!
🍎ZipTies are my kind of building supplies. The tip about damaged panels was key.
What is the gauge of the panels you used? 1/4" or 5 gauge?
I’m thinking those arches would make a great makeshift greenhouse
Haha!!! Love the puns at the end, reminds me of my hort. teacher in school. He always had jokes.
Great video...thank you for the great information..and your little guy is adorable 😁
cool tunes!
Y didnt i see this earlier?? Thanks for sharing.

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