Best Tomaotes - Upside Down Pot
|Upside Down Tomato Plant|
If you're looking for the upside down pot, you can buy it from an infomercial on tv, online, or most big box stores with a garden center.
Planting is simple:
- make sure you have lots of potting soil and water. If don't, you'll have trouble getting the roots to take
- take the round piece of foam out
- insert your tomatoe sapling into the container - roots first into the opening
- stick the foam back in from the top and slide the tomatoe stem into the foam's centre (this prevents the plant from falling out)
- fill the bag portion almost to the top with potting soil
- hang the contraption at least 4 feet off the ground (your plant will get very big)
- add at least a gallon of water on the first day (don't worry about over watering - excess water will simply drain out the bottom)
Ensure your hanging upside down pot has as much sun exposure as possible. The bag portion containg the soil will heat up and stimulate the roots - which i believe makes the plant grow faster.
Now that you know how simple this is and that its not a hoax or gimmic, you'll have tomotoes in not time without worrying about the upcomming frost which is when traditional tomatoes only start to redden.
|Traditionally Planted Tomato Plant|