topsy turvy tomato trees

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Everyone loves the taste of homegrown fresh tomatoes, but growing an entire garden and trying to maintain it can be hard work, and there is a way to grow delicious homegrown tomatoes with little effort. It plants your tomato plants upside down, which means no bending down to dig or weeding. Simply place the tomato plant in a pot, add soil, hang and water it.

The sun heats the pot, just like a greenhouse, and the roots burst forth. It’s also upside down, so nutrients and water flow directly from the roots to the fruit! That’s the beauty of it. You get the potential for 30 pounds of delicious tomatoes per plant. And they’ll be ready to eat at least 4 weeks earlier than you put them in the soil.

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