I've put off trying the topsy turvy tomato planters mainly because I think the bags look cheesy, but to a lesser degree because I'm not convinced tomato plants will actually do well in them.
A combination of events has changed my mind about trying them. You see, my husband came home with one the other day and seeming I have more tomato seedlings growing than I can possibly plant in my garden, I decided this was the year to give them a try.
Update: As suspected this isn't a productive way to grow tomatoes. Unless it is your only option, seek other methods. Although I did get a few tomatoes from the upside planter, the stems tended to break and production certainly was much less than for tomatoes grown either in the ground or in more traditional containers.
Until Next Time . . . HAPPY GARDENING!
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