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NEW | Gardener's Best® Tomato Grow Bag Kit

Gardener's Best® Tomato Grow Bag Kit
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Item # 8589782VS
$34.95
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Description

  • Grow delicious tomatoes in a compact space
  • Grow Bag is sized for optimal growth
  • Sturdy integrated Power Tower cage is 5' high
  • Choice of 5 colors

Grow delicious tomatoes in just one square foot of space! Our new Gardener’s Best® Tomato Grow Bag uses less planting mix, and top-to-bottom nylon handles make it easy to move. It's made from patented fabric that air-prunes roots for stronger, healthier plants. The fabric also aerates soil, prevents heat build-up and allows excess water to drain away. The integrated Power Tower cage is a generous 5' high, with five height-adjustable rings to provide sturdy support. Double-sewn channels in the Grow Bag anchor the cage securely in place. Grow Bag folds for storage. Reusable year after year.

Specifications

  • Grow Bag: BPA-free polypropylene, nylon handles
  • 12-1/2" in diameter x 11" H
  • Holds 20 quarts of planting mix
  • Power Tower: polyethylene, steel; 5' H
  • Grow Bag is made in USA
  • Gardener's Supply Exclusive

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3.8

(based on 4 reviews)

75%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

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        1.0

        Too Small to Grow Tomatoes in

        By Driveway Gardener

        from San Marino, CA

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              I have many years experience growing tomatoes in grow bags and can tell you these bags are too small for a tomato plant to last through the summer. Gardeners Supply has eliminated the bags I purchased for years, which were ample size 16 x 16 x 18 and would fit their square cages that could be re-used every year. The large bags would just make it through August with good crops. Now Gardener's Supply wants us to believe tomatoes will grow in a 12" dia bag more suitable for smaller plants, like peppers. While the bags look cute in the photos, they will not sustain tomatoes throughout the summer, because tomatoes are BIG plants. You can see in the photo the plant will tip over easily. You are paying for handles and sewn-in cage holder slots, when what you really need is a bigger bag. Also the shape has changed from square to circle, eliminating more grow space. Sorry Gardener's Supply, this is a FAIL.

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              (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

               
              4.0

              Looking for a good crop

              By Grace

              from Huntington Beach, CA

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                    I planted a plum tomato in the bag 3 weeks ago and it is growing nicely and already has buds. My only concern is how strong the plastic supports will be. Don't know if I feel comfortable using it for heavier tomatoes like beefsteak.

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                    (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    So simple a caveman could do it

                    By Country Girl

                    from Cheney, WA

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                    Pros

                    • Fits almost anywhere
                    • No weeding
                    • Reusable Year After Year

                    Cons

                    • Haven't encountered any

                    Best Uses

                    • Potatoes
                    • Tomatoes

                    Loved growing potatoes in it as the harvesting was so easy when you can hand dig them. Tomatoes also did extremely well with no real fuss.

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                    (16 of 16 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    finally I can grow some vegetables

                    By Sweetwater

                    from Nineveh, Indiana

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                    Pros

                    • Convenient
                    • Moveable
                    • Sturdy

                    Cons

                    • Water stains

                    Best Uses

                    • Flowers
                    • Herbs
                    • Vegetables

                    I live in the woods and the only place I receive full sun is on my driveway. I started using these containers a few years ago and have success with potatoes, carrots, tomatoes,herbs, and annuals. This year I am adding container size cukes, melons,eggplant and more herbs.I never have watering problems, like watering too much or too little. The fabric is unique that way. It is easy to feel if it needs water. The neighbors like to see them when they walk by and they are free to pick cherry tomatoes to eat while walking. They are pesticide free. I have abundance of bees and butterflies. I live on a small piece of property so it is great to fold these up at the end of the season and put them in the shed. So far only the black containers that I use have water stains on the outside. I am hoping the pretty colors I have remain nice. The oldest potatoe bags are 4 years old and still fine for this year. can't wait for spring.

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                    How-To

                    • What's wrong with my tomatoes? Learn how to diagnose and treat tomato problems.
                    • Left on their own, tomatoes will grow into shrubby, multi-stemmed plants that topple under the weight of their fruit. Proper pruning will help prevent this problem.
                    • With the start of each growing season, gardeners across the country look forward to the thrill of picking their first ripe tomatoes. Here are six ways to get a jump on the growing season and shorten the wait for those first juicy fruits.
                    • How can you prevent Tomato Blight? Unfortunately, there's no silver bullet for Late Blight. The most important thing you can do: be alert, be prepared.

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                    We're proud of the fact that this item is shipped to you directly from our warehouse in Vermont, by one of our 250 employee-owners. In-stock items are packed with care and shipped within two business days to ensure prompt delivery to your home and garden!