Re: Upside Down Tomatoes
> Me and my co-coordinator are planning to do this very thing and make a
> bracket to hang them on each side of our main gate sign in our community
> gardens. I haven't decided what variety of tomato would work the
> luck with yours and hoping for success with ours as well. Maybe we
> a contest with pictures so we can decide who had the most success
> with a write up of their method used.
I had planned to do some hanging tomatoes this summer. I would like
to hear about your successes at the end of the season, please. I'm
always looking for new places to grow things.
I did a little searching and found step by step suggestions for one
type of planter. The person did drawings and photos and the idea of it
all is a little clearer to me now.
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