Upside-down gardening has become quite popular in the last few years with upside-down planters. Growing tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers up in the air not only saves space and adds decorative interest to your backyard deck or patio, but it also eliminates the hassles of weeding, pests, hole digging, flimsy stakes and cages, and bending over to water, tend and harvest. Now it's time for an upgrade and some improvements with the Gardener's Revolution Upside-Down Tomato Planter.
To start your upside-down tomato garden, simply fill the soft poly fabric liner bag with sturdy enameled-steel cage with planting mix, add organic fertilizer, plant a tomato seedling in the reinforced opening on the bottom and hang in a sunny spot. After the 1 gallon water reservoir on top is filled, the Gardener's Revolution Upside-Down Tomato Planter self-waters the plant by providing continuous moisture without daily watering. That's basically it! It really doesn't get much easier than this. It's the utimate in innovative upside-down tomato growing.