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Upside-down growing is a fun way to garden that is also easy for tomato-lovers of all
abilities. Hanging tomato plants don't need staking or tying. There's no weeding, and less
chance of soil-borne diseases. Since the fruit doesn't touch the ground, it has fewer
blemishes. And you can hang your upside down tomato planter anywhere that gets plenty of sun.
Hanging planters are prone to drying out, but our new Deluxe Revolution® Planter
lets you garden without worry, thanks to a three-part watering system. Capillary strips carry
water from the one-gallon reservoir to plant roots. A layer of plastic, sandwiched between
natural coir Aquasav™ fibers, prevents rapid drying out. Even if you have a regular in-ground garden, we think you'll find that this revolutionary growing system is a fun way to get a picture-perfect harvest of delicious, garden-fresh tomatoes.
(based on 29 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 29 customers
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very good construction works well
from erie pa
About Me Midrange Shopper
Comments about Deluxe Revolution® Planter:
well contructed and not hard to use
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Water Strips Don't Work
By Doug the Gardener
from Fayetteville, AR
The planting bags worked just fine, but the felt strips for watering the plants failed within the first week. Replacement with enclosed felt strips, advised in the directions, did not remedy the problem.I finally poked holes in the plastic water dishes and the plants immediately began to grow and thrive.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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I built the frame - No hanging frame is included
Tags: Made with Product
(1 of 7 customers found this review helpful)
It is too cold to use it yet
from Corning, NY
I will know better how it works when it warms up. January in NY state is way too cold to grow tomatoes. However it looks good and appears to be heavy duty enough to do the job.
(1 of 6 customers found this review helpful)
waiting for summer
By garden girl
About Me Budget Shopper
this looks awesome can't wait for summer
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
By Ann the dog rescuer
from Casselberry, FL
About Me Getting Started
I didn't listen with the first tomato planting, and used heavy soil. lesson learned. the second planting is doing well in our hot Florida Fall season and I wouldn't be surprised to see some nice juicy tomatoes in October!
(3 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
Not worth the trouble
from ann arbor
About Me Avid Gardener
The results are not worth the trouble.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
By Tomato Girl
from Glendora' CA
Great way to add tomato plants to small garden spaces. Much more attractive than other commercial upside-down containers.
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
Just didn't live up to the hype
from Decatur, GA
About Me Master Gardener
Tried two years in a row with the same results: bupkes. Might make a good regular planter with something growing out the top next year. Guess plants were not meant to be grown upside down.
(5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)
from Scranton, Pa.
I have grown tomatoes for 25 years with great success. This is the first product that didn't perform. My tomato I purchased died within days. The watering system was not easly controlled. I constantly had water dripping out the bottom of the planter. I now am using it as a ground planter.
So far, so good
from Chittenango, NY
This is much more attractive than the green upside down things that I've used for years.I hung the planter yesterday.There was some difficulty inserting the plant, but got both through.I only plant cherry or grape tomatoes in the hanging planter.Larger tomatoes would be too heavy and drag on the ground.I placed 2 plants in the planter as I did with the green planters.
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