A comedic introduction to Beville Gardens newest home and garden product: the LUG-A-LOG WOOD CARRIER TOTE! Quickly load and carry a lot or a little, any shape or sized wood from woodpile to fireplace with our super sized and indestructible firewood carrier! No splinters, dirt or debris on you….and it rolls up neatly for storage! Look for it at www.bevillegardens.com or on Amazon at https://www.amazon.com/Fireplaces-Bonfires-Lightweight-Carrying-Woodpile/dp/B0739VM5KW
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Based in Northern California, Beville Gardens is a family based company that specializes in aesthetic yet practical items for the home and garden. The name comes from the Florida fruit growing branch of the family, one of which was famous for planting a stick and seeing it sprout! We take pride in our products and joy in our homes and gardens.
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