• Gardenrack

    Let's face it. Kneeling in a garden to do weeding or planting, or harvesting just sucks, to put it bluntly. It's back breaking work and can often lead to neglect of your garden, which in turn just causes heart break to see all that hard work gone to waste. You don't have to worry about kneeling when you purchase and use the plans to Gardenrack, a system which allows you to do all your gardening from about waist high.




     

    Gardenrack

     

    Let’s face it. Kneeling in a garden to do weeding or planting, or harvesting just sucks, to put it bluntly. It’s back breaking work and can often lead to neglect of your garden, which in turn just causes heart break to see all that hard work gone to waste. You don’t have to worry about kneeling when you purchase and use the plans to Gardenrack, a system which allows you to do all your gardening from about waist high.

    This is a far more comfortable position to garden in and creates a more pleasant gardening experience. The plans are easy for anyone to understand and build. It is a simple DIY project. Lucky for you, you won’t have to rely on power tools or the skill to read complicated building plans to create the Gardenrack. All you need is a bit of passion and perseverance, and some simple supplies like pressure treated lumber so that your project will last a very long time.

    With your purchase of the Gardenrack plans, you’ll also receive two free bonuses: How to Add a Trellis to Your GardenRack, and GardenRack Growing. You’ll find that your new fifteen square feet of soil will produce a bountiful harvest with minimal effort. It’s great if you’ve only got a few minutes a day or only a few hours a week to tend to your garden as this system minimizes weeding and the time spent with weeding, and guarantees a perfect soil every time. It is also portable, so you can take your garden with you if you move. Nothing is worse than leaving a carefully cultivated garden behind!

     

    Testimonials.

    “As a single woman, I was able to complete the project without breaking a fingernail. “A picture is worth a thousand words”, the assembly instructions were clearly stated, and I studied all the plans before beginning the GardenRack construction. I always referred to the drawings to verify the correct measurements. I was taught to measure twice, cut once. The project was so easy; I decided to add the trellis for the beans and tomatoes. ”  – Shelly, Bonita Springs, FL

     

    “BOY, am I glad I built and planted in the Garden Rack! Today, the only harvest I'm getting is from my Garden Rack. Next year, my husband is building me another one for the other side of the deck. Gardening is fun again. No bending. Barely any weeding. Completely organic. The cucumbers grow quite happily right over the deck railing.”  – Beth E., Kandiyohi, MN

     

    Pros:

    The plans are easy to understand, and the required materials are minimal. The height is also adjustable so you can create a customizable fit for your own personal needs.

     

    Cons:

    There are no downsides to buying these plans and receiving the free e-books that come with them, but if for some reason you are dissatisfied, then rest assured that you can get one hundred percent of your money back on this purchase.

     

    The Verdict

    If you can’t create a traditional in-ground garden because you’re having back, neck or other kinds of pains, then you will benefit greatly from the Gardenrack where you can do all your gardening at a convenient and pain-free height.


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