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  • Linda Tardiff
    Linda Tardiff • 6 days ago

    Put it together this weekend and as soon as the breeze blew it went sideways and some of the seeds we had planted were all over the ground. I went in our shed and found some excellent stakes and hammered 12 of them all around the bottom. I used my granddaughters colored duct tape on the pipe joints. So far....so good! The wind is the biggest problem.

  • Amy Henline
    Amy Henline • 1 day ago

    Like your mine has fell apart from the wind!!!! :( broke connectors and all!!

  • Laura Emilo
    Laura Emilo • 3 hours ago

    does anyone have the assembly instructions or know where i can find them?

  • Arlene Steuber
    Arlene Steuber • 1 hour ago

    I think if you contact Village Green they may send you them but they are really not that cooperative so I am not sure.

  • Laura Emilo
    Laura Emilo • 59 minutes ago

    Ok. Thanks!

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