Thursday, July 5, 2012

Topsy Turvy Tomato Planter Review and Giveaway! {7/13}




I am a big back patio gardener. All my vegetables and flowers are in pots around the driveway and the back lanai. I'm hoping to add a pallet planter soon to save space (but first I need to get up the courage to use something that is probably going to attract centipedes, eek!) but in the meantime this Topsy Turvy Upside Down Tomato Planter is a great addition to my lanai garden!



The Topsy Turvy Upside Down Tomato Planter is really easy to use, it comes with detailed instructions and a booklet with tips for planting tomatoes. Even if you don't know the first thing about growing tomatoes you could use this product. It's that easy! 



The planter comes with a very sturdy screw-in hook for suspending your tomato planter. All you need is potting soil and a tomato plant! 


Need help putting your Topsy Turvy together? Watch the inventor himself give you a step by step instructions in this video!


This product is especially great if you have animals or small children around. Mr. C loves digging in the vegetables and when I went to water my plants this morning I found my seedlings all tipped over, I suspect it was either the Black Beast (my cat), or Miss M. So a plant that suspends from the ceiling? Pretty nice! 


This especially would have come in handy back in Maryland where I was chasing off groundhogs and rabbits on an hourly basis! I had a groundhog that seriously sheared off the top of my tomato plant. Not fun! 




The Topsy Turvy Planter is great for any kind of gardener, whether you have plenty of space or are cramming pots into corners on your back patio (like me)! 


Topsy Turvy has some other great products as well, such as strawberry and pepper planters. If you're big on tomatoes and wish you could grow more, check out the new Topsy Turvy Tomato Tree!


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1 comment:

  1. One thing that you touched on a little is the fact that you can plant different plants in the topsy turvy, not just tomatoes. Good review!

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