Upside-Down Tomato Garden

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No need for lots of space and staking-out vines... this puts gravity to work, offering the perfect planting environment! Up to 4 tomato plants can grow downward from 4 holes in the bottom.

The hanging vines need almost no attention, and the tomatoes ripen in the air, where they won't rot. Plus, you can grow vegetables, flowers or herbs on the planter top. The 20 x 20 x 4 1/2" base can be filled with sand for added stability. It's made of heavy-duty plastic and supported by a PVC center pole and durable PVC support posts. Easy assembly, no tools. The top planter box is 23" square, 7"h. Stands 4'1"h. overall. Weighs 20 lbs
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EzzyLovesToSave Jun 04, 2013
MMM!... I LOVE tomatoes mixed with vinegar and oregano:)
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glwrks Jun 04, 2013
@EzzyLovesToSave Just came in from planting some upside down tomatoes with pink petunias on the top!:)
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lotuslove19 May 29, 2013
I have never seen an upside down plant, how interesting!will forward this deal to my daughter she will love to have this .
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praveensapkota May 27, 2013
small cute easy garden thanks for the sale
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shimisi May 27, 2013
That's a great price for what could be a grand project. Homegrown tomatoes are the best!
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sorinlandiana May 27, 2013
interesting, looks very nice and the discount is pretty nice too.
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poe601 May 27, 2013
Great looking Upside-Down planter, these work great!
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zoneric May 27, 2013
I have never seen an upside down plant...very interesting!
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Durr21 May 27, 2013
An amazing deal my mom would live this thanks for sharing
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abu5692 May 27, 2013
Nice Upside-Down Tomato! Looks nice and very good deal.
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THartz606 May 27, 2013
I'll have to share this with my mom. We both love tomatoes and she grows them in the garden every year. We could put this on the back porch where the deer can't get to it too since there's a gate around the whole porch. Thanks for the post.
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MrBklynW May 27, 2013
this is a pretty good deal. thanks for sharing!
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ancagavs May 27, 2013
cool tomato garden. nice discount. thanks :)
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Elijahstore May 27, 2013
it is so beautiful
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deby32953 May 26, 2013
I tried to grow one of these once. Started out ok but then everything shriveled up & died. I have a black thumb. Have silk plants all over the house. Lol
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iowahawkeyes May 26, 2013
Cool item! I'd love to actually see one of these in real life. How does the upside down effect the plant?
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glwrks May 26, 2013
@iowahawkeyes It keeps the moisture always going to the end/top of the plant. At 1st the plnat will try & grow skyward, but soon the weight pulls it down. I have 3 different types of upside down planters & love them. You can never let them dry out, because if you do, you've dried out the roots which are on top & killed the plant. There's no fear of over-watering, cuz excess drains away. You can see one of mine in my profile pics. That variety of tomatoes is supposed to be mid sized, but wound up closer to beefsteak;)
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ancagavs May 27, 2013
@iowahawkeyes so, it is a good thing that the plant is upside down?
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nimase85 May 26, 2013
This is the best looking Upside-Down Tomato Garden i have ever seen it is so nice looking I will defiantly pass it on... Thanks for sharing
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blackfoot May 26, 2013
Nice looking plant/planter, attractive looking.
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Nellysg May 26, 2013
This looks really cool! Great price and find!
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LindaKNor May 26, 2013
This would be great. Would like to try it at my house.
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dddsss May 26, 2013
GREAT idea!...just don't like PVC though...will have to search reviews.
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EzzyLovesToSave May 26, 2013
Awesome price!...it's stylish AND practical! Love it! Thanks, glwrks:)
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FibroMom May 26, 2013
My mom ordered one of these and had it sent to her cousin up in New York and she LOVES it! Can't wait to see the pictures she sends of her new tomatoes! :)
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glwrks May 26, 2013
Just taking a break from planting now...remembered to take pictures, they make great records from year to year. Now to figure out how this phone works to get them to my garden logs;)
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Janniesue51 May 26, 2013
I had a friend who owned a large one. I liked it being compact for the porch... I just wish they were white because the black draws too much heat in mid-summer - cooking the plants.
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dddsss May 26, 2013
@Janniesue51 good point, so true.. maybe wrap w/foil or sometihng nicer?
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glwrks May 26, 2013
@Janniesue51 I was a landscaper for years, and never had a problem with black pots...most nursery stock is in black pots. You do need to water sometimes more than once a day...at least in our dry climate. I also like those moisture retaining crystals for pots.
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kimeeb May 26, 2013
What an attractive piece. I love this....thamk you for posting!
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