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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bettye from North Carolina on Sunday, May 13, 2018
    This is my first order from Sierra Trading Post and most probably my last. The grower frame arrived with a torn box and the poles were sticking out. There was no parts list or instructions. When I called, no one could help me since it was the last grower frame in the warehouse. I then called the manufacturer who sent me a parts list and instructions. All of the connectors for the poles were missing. The manufacturer emailed the parts list and instructions. Sierra Trading Post could have made this call and/or attempted to make the sale of a defective product OK! I ordered the product in April and it is now mid-May. I have missed the gardening window to use the product. The manufacturer said they closed out the product and sold all of them to Sierra Trading Post, so they couldn't send me the missing parts. Sierra Trading Post should never have sent the product without ensuring that all parts were in the box. After 7 phone calls, I still don't have a grower's frame. What a waist of time!
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Gwen from Indiana on Saturday, April 28, 2018
    The frame on this has a tendency to fall apart, so I'd recommend some super glue.
    The package came completely beat up and torn -- but the cover survived with no damage. Maybe some additional packing there, Sierra?

    The best price you will get for a big growing frame.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jenn of Ark from Arkansas on Sunday, April 22, 2018
    Around here we have every kind of bug and critter. My greatest hope for these frames is that they will keep the DEER out. The frames aren't hard to set up, once you figure out, start with the "x" shaped middle connecter, set up the three hoop shapes first, then go outside, lay them out and start connecting the long bars. The instructions seem to take it for granted you'll be able to figure this out for yourself. But the hardest part is forcing some of the curved bars into the connecters, because you can't use, like I did for the straight bars, a rubber hammer to knock them in (the curve prevents it). You just have to muscle them in. I bought two; on the first one I had to learn the route; the second went together like a charm. There are thin wire "stakes" that hold it about 6" into the ground, easy to tap in (again I did with rubber hammer). I dug up the ground, and planted rows of short-ish (frames are 3 feet tall) veggies BEFORE putting the frames on top. I figure wait till the veggies (lettuces, arugula, Yukina Savoy, Chinese red mustard, etc.) are sprouting to put on the mesh covers. I have HIGH HOPES the deer won't get my vegetables! It might be even better if I had a raised bed with boards around the bottom to keep out the small digging critters, but this will surely be better than nothing, and I'm pretty sure they will last for years. Might even be able to grow squash; if the squash bugs can't get in!
  • Reviewed by Audrey from California on Friday, March 16, 2018
    The Haxnick Potting Bench is made of Acacia hardwood and stainless steel fasteners.
    Acacia hardwood is from a sustainable tree grown in Africa and Australia. Acacia is often used in boat building.
    Its a great size - 30” Wide x 19” Deep x 39” High and came fully assembled. Weight was about 12 lbs. Fits perfectly in my patio area. Love this
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jakie from NY on Monday, June 19, 2017
    I wish these would stay put. They fly away with slightest breeze even when they are well staked. Otherwise they have great potential.
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