Re: [gardeners] looking for opinions

Bargyla Rateaver (
Thu, 02 Aug 2001 13:03:50 +0100

If it is really good, it must be a copy of the original Garden Way cart, that is
just plain wonderful, has taken a tremendous beating from me.

And, sadly, I just todaysee on the web that this company is going bankrupt. I
was just wondering why I don't see their ads any more.

Annetta Green wrote:

> Sherryl,
> I got a new cart for Christmas this past year that works great.  It is deep,
> so holds up to 4 big bags of mulch or soil.  It has a good center of gravity
> so is not to heavy to lift on it's wheels for pushing around.  The wheels
> are the size of a large wagon, so only sink into my sandy soil if it is
> freshly dug up (about 1.25 inches wide, 6 inches across).  It even has an
> area for small pots or large drinks at the handle.  It is a Sears Craftsman
> garden cart.  All disclaimers apply, I just love it.
> Oh, and I am fairly short at 5'3" with less muscle than I should have, so it
> really must be easy to handle if I can do it.  <G>
> Anne in FL
> zone 9b, sunset 26
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Sherryl Fawx" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Wednesday, August 01, 2001 5:17 PM
> Subject: [gardeners] looking for opinions
> > Hi All,
> > I finally have a real yard to garden in, and it needs a lot of work (or
> > rather, remedial care.  Is it really work when you're having fun?)  I have
> > basic tools, but I'm looking for a cart of some sort to move stuff like
> > soil or compost around.  So I'd like to get your opinion on what works for
> > you and why, if possible.  Is one type easier on your back or knees?  Has
> > another broken down in only a year or 2?  I have no kids, so I can't just
> > borrow their little red wagon.  I'd appreciate any comments.
> >
> > Regards,
> > Sherryl
> > Northern California, USDA zone 9b
> >
> >


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