Added by on 2016-01-29

If you have followed Dawn’s excellent advice then you will have buried your children’s trampoline – for safety, convenience and to relieve your garden of one vast eyesore. Dawn’s advice does not stop there: in this film she outlines how to maintain your trampoline. She proves, once and for all, that she is the queen of all things bouncy. If gardening is your bag then you should definitely visit the intoGardens YouTube channel for more hints, advice, plant profiles and general jollity. https://www.youtube.com/user/intoGardens For info about our Apps and other web shenanigans then visit our shiny website http://into-gardens.com/ All Music Broke For Free: http://brokeforfree.com Archie wants a frog in the garden and you can’t get one of those without first building a pond. Archie and his mum, Dawn Isaac, get stuck in and show how easy it can be. If gardening is your bag then you should definitely visit the intoGardens YouTube channel for more hints, advice, plant profiles and general jollity. https://www.youtube.com/user/intoGardens For info about our Apps and other web shenanigans then visit our shiny website http://into-gardens.com/ Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsGardening with Children: Sunken Trampolines with Dawn Isaac, Ava, Oscar and Archie MilneGardening with Children: Building a climbing bean Wigwam Pt.2 with Dawn IsaacErifilly – Garden Trampoline – Basic Cool Tricks ! Watch and Learn !!! :)XCartoons for Children | Hippothesis | How Do Plants Grow | HooplaKidz EduLearn how to speak English with Kiwi (for children) – GardeningAllotment Gardening with Children – Growth Stays, Dirt Goes from Persil

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  • isaiah Snell 1 year ago

    Do you have any ideas for a drainage directly from the hole?? I'm wondering if I could dig a couple lines & put drainage tubes in it, if I use "u" shape cutout cinder blocks to level the tramp legs a few slanted drainage lines running in between the leg spaces wouldn't mess up the leveling I don't think but I'm just wondering about it causing soft spots or cave ins around the trampoline?

  • isaiah Snell 1 year ago

    OK…so this innverted Trampoline thing…I really really wanna do it…especially since a leg on ours actually broke but luckily my father in law is the welding teacher going on 36 years now at our county Vo-tech..lol..but I know the weld won't hold forever no matter how good he is & this just seems safer for my CRAZY kids & also I seen 1 DIY that used 2x4s & sheet metal for support so I def am gonna to at least try it but I've seen some that say leave a 2 inch gap, some say 4inch gap but it doesn't look like yours has a gap?? It said the air escape us needed for better bounce & my daughter has to have her bounce, she's a Lil self made gymnast but us going into gymnastics & competitive cheer so I'm just wondering how you did yours & how much gap you left, & how the bounce is. Also it looks like yours is on pretty level balanced ground but my property is in like a valley, I think long ago they dug out for our "living" area then we have 6 acres of forest around us but its all up high so I'm wondering if you've had any water accumulation problems?? I feel like I'll probably be investing in a pump or have to figure out a drainage system directly from the hole?

  • sarah antonina 1 year ago

    cool your trampoline in inside a hole?

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  • Leif Heimbigner 1 year ago

    Anybody that tries this and frogs actually live in it just comment on this so I know if it works. I'm not being doubtful at all, I actually think this is cool?

  • intoGardens 1 year ago

    Let us know how you get on.?

  • nery colon 1 1 year ago

    That is so awesome. Love the idea of doing things with the kids. I do things with my granddaughter. I'm teaching her about seed and how they grow. She loves to play with the dirt. Loved and Subbed.?

  • intoGardens 1 year ago

    Looking for something to amuse your children?
    How about building a pond??