3 responses

  1. Aleka
    May 25, 2011

    Yeah Nat! I know this amazing lady and she is a superb gardener. I have a few plants that are in upside down planters- basil and tomatoes. Our first attempt ended in disaster as these planters are sooooo heavy filled with soil and water. big SPLAT! I love this idea thought, using old plastic pots. Thanks for sharing!!!!

  2. Sue
    May 25, 2011

    Strawberries do very well in this type of gardening! Just put them in hanging baskets upright or upside down! They seem to produce more fruit this way.There’s no worry of the strawberries rotting from being on the ground like in a traditional gardening space.

  3. Clara
    June 3, 2011

    COOL! Ha ha, now i know what you take pictures of! Can i be in one of your pictures??? Hope so! – The girl you had out of your… Clara.

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