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    Default Article: MYO Upside Down Tomato Planter

    Make your own upside down hanging tomato planter to take advantage of smaller growing space and still have a wonderful healthy supply of fresh tomatoes and herbs!

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    Got my project for the weekend. Thanks!

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    COOL !!! LOVE this idea

    Its been more than a month since you posted this.... How are your plants doing now ? Any problems and solutions ?
    I wonder if this idea could be used indoors for wintertime herbs ?

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    Default Re: MYO Upside Down Tomato Planter

    Quote Originally Posted by mamalv View Post
    COOL !!! LOVE this idea

    Its been more than a month since you posted this.... How are your plants doing now ? Any problems and solutions ?
    I wonder if this idea could be used indoors for wintertime herbs ?
    They're doing wonderfully, thank you for reminding me to add an "Update" photo shot! The plant now has several nice sized tomatoes on it. I nearly forgot to add that in order for it to pollinate, you'll need to place it outdoors or pollinate the flowers yourself with a q-tip!

    It also got a LOT bigger than I had intended, since I used 2 small plants, rather than 1.
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    Awesome Idea! I will have to make one of these when the weather heats up!

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    This is awesome! cant wait for winter to be over to give this a try!

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    Going to do this next spring. Wonderful idea.

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    This is genius - thank you so much for sharing!

 

 
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