Star Bug (teague) wrote in growing_food,
Star Bug

Up Side Down Food

We're starting small. Just got some tomato plants going in the window sill. They're a little over an inch. Planning herbs next. What interests me, as a renter with limited space, is these hanging upside down tomato planters. Has anyone else had experience with them? We're hopeful that one of our sprouts will make it to being transplanted. What about other vines, like cukes?

It occured to me as a cat owner that recycling the litter buckets into upside down planters would be pretty awesome.
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