The Upside-down Tomato Garden

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What a great idea for would-be gardeners with limited outdoor space. Nothing compares to a fresh tomato off the vine. I think I'd grow basil in the top bin. Then, all I'd have to do is harvest my buffalo milk to make my own mozzarella di bufala, and the perfect caprese salad would be at my fingertip...more


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  • seantimberlake

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    What a great idea for would-be gardeners with limited outdoor space. Nothing compares to a fresh tomato off the vine. I think I'd grow basil in the top bin. Then, all I'd have to do is harvest my buffalo milk to make my own mozzarella di bufala, and the perfect caprese salad would be at my fingertips.

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  • Etcetera

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    A great way to grow tomatoes with limited space. Perfect way to exercise that green thumb even if you don't have a back yard. The tomatoes will actually grow upside down in the tank, something I have never seen before.

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  • szlea

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    This ingenious planter takes the toil out of tomatoes by elevating the planting bed so vines grow downward. Hanging vines need almost no attention as tomatoes ripen in the air (not on the ground) so they won't rot. Complementary plants like basil, parsley, rosemary and peppers can be planted on the top, which holds up to 80 lbs. of topsoil. The compact planter can fit in any space with ample sunlight — even condominium balconies. A hollow base filled with sand (not included) keeps it stable and upright. The plastic planting bed, supported by PVC pipes, has openings for four tomato plants underneath, with pop-out perforations for four additional openings. Minimal assembly; requires no tools. 48"H x 25"W x 25"L. 19 lbs. $74.95

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  • stephr

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    itag - this looks great! Where can i find it in Australia

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  • Jeanisteal

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    Hanging vines need almost no attention as tomatoes ripen in the air (not on the ground) so they won't rot. Complementary plants like basil, parsley, rosemary and peppers can be planted on the top, which holds up to 80 lbs. of topsoil.

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