The cool new Deluxe Revolution Upside-Down Tomato Planter grows vegetables up in the air and eliminates the hassles of weeding, pests, hole digging, flimsy stakes and cages, and bending over to water, tend and harvest. Unlike most upside-down planters, this one is made from stylish coir, a natural coconut husk, with a layer of plastic, sandwiched between the fibers to prevent rapid drying out. Just insert your favorite vegetable through the opening, fill planter with soil, hang in a sunny spot and fill the 1 gallon reservoir with water. The three-part watering system features capillary strips that carry water from the one-gallon reservoir down to the plant's roots. If you love container gardening and growing tomatoes, cucumbers, peppers like I do, then definitely try your green thumb at upside-down gardening.