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  • Michelle Perine

    Must do this in our back yard! a hide away for Ella under some sweet peas :)

  • Lauren Mulligan

    something for our garden this year~ I love green beans

  • Alice Feldman

    This is going into the front veggie garden

  • Pepper

    Tee pee fort planted over bean plants, morning glories etc.. so they can wind their way up around poles and create a little "secret garden". So magical!

  • Amy Steinhauer

    teepee set up over bean plants to create a little hideaway. - Kids Garden idea.

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