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Old 04-12-2010, 02:39 PM   #1
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Well rman, my wife got one of those upside down tomater gizmo's like you had last year. Said she wanted to try her luck.

If it doesn't dry up so we can get in the garden, it might be the only maters we have.
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Hope you have good luck with them. Sharon brought 8 tomato plants home this afternoon, and we went out and planted them. I need a rain on the garden, but its doing good.
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Our garden is in a low spot and it does'nt dry very well.
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Good luck with them Teddybear. I'll probably try mine again, but hedge my bets and plant a couple of plants in pots on the deck too.
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Good luck with them Teddybear. I'll probably try mine again, but hedge my bets and plant a couple of plants in pots on the deck too.
I still plan on planting some in the garden.
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I've seen where they have upside down pepper planters too. I can't think of anywhere I could put them at my place that wouldn't get battered by some of the wind that comes with our Spring storms. You'd have to bring them in when a strong storm blows through.
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They need a really strong hanger too. Our 1/2" ones darned near straightened out last year.

We're sticking with potted plants this year.
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