Self-Watering Tomato Planter
Don't spend hours tilling soil or staking plants. Use our Bottoms Up planters to grow your tomatoes, peppers, eggplant, cucumbers upside down. Unlike other upside down planters that need daily watering, our long-lasting highly durable plastic planters contain a reservoir for water and a wicking system that automatically waters your plants at an even rate. No daily watering! Sturdy chain and hanger included. Imported.A must-have garden helper for upside down tomato planting, our sturdy iron 4-arm stand holds 4 planters-enough to bring you a season's worth of fresh tomatoes or other vegetables. With its decorative finial and scrolled, curving lines, this iron plant stand is a work of art perfect for displaying hanging plants, hummingbird feeders and more. Great for yard, deck or patio. Powder-coated to resist weathering, it has 4 ground stakes for stability. 4 arm plant stand Iron with powder coating for durability Holds tomato plants or decorative flowering baskets Stakes into the ground for stabilityAvailable Planter ColorsGreenTanSizePlanter 11" dia. x 14"LPlant Stand 36" dia. x 85"HBuy 2 or more planters at $19.95 each
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Comments about Plowhearth Bottoms Up Veggie Planter:
This is a great way to plant tomatoes when you do not have room for a garden - I am purchasing 6 more for next year - beats hanging flower baskets
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Good for small spaces and plants
By Farmer Ange
from Pasadena Ca
Works great on my small patio with the small-ish tomatoe plant I planted. But you cannot see how full the reservoir is unless you look down into it. Since you have to hang it high, that's a problem.
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Upside down tomato pots
from Stanchfield, MN
Other products seem to dry out so fast. These seem to overwater, will try covering the top and control entry.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Bottom up tomatoe planter
from Bucksport, Maine
Wanted to try the bottom up planter idea a couple of seasons now; decided on these more perminant style, wanted to be able to use them again.
Love this product
By Barb the tomato grower
So easy to use
About half and half
from Swannanoa, NC
Using on deck for tomatoes. One really works well at keeping the plant watered, but the other one seems not to do well at all. I keep moving the watering wick down to the soil, but it still isn't doing well. They are also almost impossible to get fertilizer directly into the soil: the water tanks are incredibly difficult to lift up once the plant is hung.
Thumbs Down for Upside Down Tomato
I was very disappointed with this planter. The wick did not keep the planter watered - I finally started pouring water down between the reservoir and the side of the planter. My plant was wilting with the reservoir full of water. Another drawback is the open top where heavy rainfall keeps it full to the top and the water gets green and slimy while the plant dies from lack of water. It's hard to believe that this product was tested before being offered for sale. Even more difficult for hot southern climates where we have nonstop weeks of 90 degree weather.