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Resolution Gardens - Austin

Delivery and Installation of a 2’x4’ or 4’x4’ Vegetable Garden from Resolution Gardens (Up to 63% Off)

The Fine Print

  • Expires Sep 4th, 2013.
  • Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Appointment required. 24 hour cancellation required. Service area includes Austin, South Austin, Round Rock, Pflugerville, Cedar Park, South Austin; extra $50 fee outside these areas. Extra fee for yards with excessive ground cover, tree stumps, or slope.

Questions and Answers 10 questions

Q:

Can I choose to only have you plant fruit and herbs and no vegetables with this package? And buy two 4x4 packages and have you come out twice at two different times of the year to grow a variety.

Cheryl w.  asked on  Sep 12, 2012

A:

We can plant fruits and herbs. We would rather make one trip with both boxes. The logistics of this deal at this price point make the economics very tight. Most vegetable plants are annuals with a 3-4 month lifespan, so the box will be replanted three times per year if you are maximizing your garden production. Here's a link to what you can start growing each month -- http://www.resolutiongardens.org/home-2/planting-guide/.

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 12, 2012

Q:

is it ok that the bed next to house wall?

ying l.  asked on  Sep 10, 2012

A:

Yes. You can put in a trellis near the house or a fence to grow vertically!

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 10, 2012

Q:

all the package include weed barrier, right?

ying l.  asked on  Sep 10, 2012

A:

We remove grass and weeds from the garden area with a pick-axe. We want worms and microbes to be able to get into the new soil.

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 10, 2012

Q:

How long will it take to get an appointment for an installation and lesson? We would be getting two 4x4 beds. Thanks.

Judi K.  asked on  Sep 10, 2012

A:

Just about an hour and a half for one bed, and 2 hrs for two.

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 10, 2012

Q:

what vegtables are included

kelly b.  asked on  Sep 10, 2012

A:

Depends on when you call to schedule the installation. Here's a link to the yearly planting calendar. We bring a variety of plants, seeds and herbs depending on what looks best at the nurseries and is the most productive for that time of year. http://www.resolutiongardens.com/?page_id=187

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 10, 2012

Q:

HOW MUCH TO COME TO COPPERAS COVE?

Marian J.  asked on  Sep 10, 2012

A:

Looks like $125 to head up there!

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 10, 2012

Q:

the area of my yard where i want to put the beds is quite wide, but not very deep. would it be better for me to buy 2 of the 2' x 4' beds, or 1 of the 4' x4' beds and have y'all configure it to be 2' x 8' instead? thanks in advance!

Catherine S.  asked on  Sep 9, 2012

A:

We can build one bed at 2x8. No Problemo!!

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 9, 2012

Q:

Will you go as far as Brenham if Groupon is purchased?

Kathy S.  asked on  Sep 9, 2012

A:

Looks like it would be a $150 delivery charge.

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 9, 2012

Q:

Can I buy 1 for myself, and 1 for roommate as a gift, ad combine to do twice as large a garden? If I provide the stones, can I use those for raised bed, rather than pine, or in addition to pine? if it's a little larger than ad, can we apply the 2 groupons, and then pay a little more for the extra space? thanks

 asked on  Sep 9, 2012

A:

All of this sounds good. We can be flexible. Folks just need to realize that there are some efficiencies that we have planned for to make the DEAL a deal, and we can't discount modifications as deeply, but we can be reasonable! Thanks.

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 9, 2012

Q:

my yard is quite shady. would appropriate starter seeds and plants be chosen for this type of environment?

erin h.  asked on  Sep 9, 2012

A:

Most veggies require 6hrs of sun each day. Probably from May until the end of September, a 30% shade-cloth can help a lot of veggies from getting scorched, which a dappled tree shade could mimic. Celery, blue berries and black berries can take more shade, and most fall crops can take a bit more shade (greens and root vegetables). Hope this helps!

Randy J.  from  Merchant  replied on  Sep 9, 2012

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