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Can you please provide the measurements for the great idea. And how do you get the compost from the bottom to keep recyclying and not have to disassemble each time. I see you have 3 bins in the photo which might be restrictive to people with smaller gardens
Hi @ronW. I got this picture from https://www.instagram.com/p/BLaoWaODlbM/?taken-by=arcadia.garden.design so you might want to go there and see if you can get the measurements. The idea is once its full to them disassemble and move to another part of the garden. So probably not for everyone, but good for large gardens in particular. Are you thinking about building your own?
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