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Upside Down Patio Garden

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PG91001
Price: $64.99
Regular Price: $79.99
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Don't have a lot of space for a garden, but you'd still like to grow your own vegetables and herbs? Here's your solution!

This Upside Down Patio Garden lets you grow tomatoes, peppers or other vegetables upside down on the bottom side at the same time as you grow fresh herbs on top. It's one of the most efficient method for patio gardening that we've seen.

You also might be interested in our other Topsy Turvy upside down tomato planter.

The grow box holds up to 80 pounds of topsoil, which you provide. Pick out your plants from a local nursery, plant them in the patio garden, and you're ready to go.

No tools are required for assembly. The base fills with either sand or water as an anchor (whichever you have available), so that it stays put on the ground.

Extra strong ABS pipe has replaced the aluminum pipe as shown in the image.

Size: 52 inches total height.

Top Grow Box Size: 25" x 25" x 7".

Base: 23" x 4.5" x 23".

Made from Recycled material. Base can be filled with water or sand for stability.
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Product Reviews

Average rating is 3
4.0
This will be my first experience with this product so we’ll see how well the tomatoes grow. The plant leaves are hard to keep hydrated--even moreso than in a container. The plants on top are doing fine. If this works out, it will be the best thing since sliced bread! I may even buy a couple more!
By:  Tammie Winkler
Indiana0.3
2.0
I use this item for growing cherry tomatoes. I plant flowers (usually Vinca) in the top because herbs and such dried out so fast. This item requires almost twice daily watering. The top doesn’t hold much soil. The plants reach for light so they tend to grow at angles - not like the pictures. I would not buy this product again, however, I do use it because I have it and it wasn’t inexpensive!
By:  P Cason
Virginia0.3
4.0
We started our upside down tomato garden in late April, early March. So far, the plants look fabulous! They are very deep green with plenty of flowers. I am only watering once a day or every other now as the temps are just getting into the mid 90’s in mid June. No tomatoes just yet though. As for quality, well, it’s made of plastic, so what can you expect? A little on the flimsy side, but we have had some high winds here that blew everything around the yard BUT the planter. So far I am a fan of this product, but we will see how the black bin and the high heat hold up over the duration of the summer. The plastic could stand to be a little stiffer like those resin chairs. I ’d give it an A- or a B+.
By:  Samson & Delilah
Utah0.3
1.0
Flimsy - blew over and dumped the plants on the ground, breaking one off completely. Water drains through the holes and the plants get covered with dirty water, and the concrete patio gets stained. The plants in this container were the ONLY plants in my yard with worms - I have never seen so many worms in my life! You couldn’t see the plant stems for all the worms! The first batch of plants were all infected by something and had to be destroyed. The second batch has had a few blossoms, but not a single tomato until I found two tiny ones (quarter inch and half inch diameter) today on Sept. 15. They won’t have a chance to ripen before the first frost. I have grown tomatoes for 35 years and never had so much trouble!
By:  Missy
Tennessee0.3
4.0
I planted three sweet 100s and one early girl. The tomatoes are growing great like they usually do. The problem is there on the ground and Im haveing to stake them up. The planter just isnt tall enough.I also bought a topsy turvy planter from CVS for 9.95. I hung it about 7 or 8 feet up and its doing great. The upside down Patio Garden just isnt tall enough.
By:  R Truax
Virginia0.3
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Product Reviews

Average rating is 3
4.0
This will be my first experience with this product so we’ll see how well the tomatoes grow. The plant leaves are hard to keep hydrated--even moreso than in a container. The plants on top are doing fine. If this works out, it will be the best thing since sliced bread! I may even buy a couple more!
By:  Tammie Winkler
Indiana0.3
2.0
I use this item for growing cherry tomatoes. I plant flowers (usually Vinca) in the top because herbs and such dried out so fast. This item requires almost twice daily watering. The top doesn’t hold much soil. The plants reach for light so they tend to grow at angles - not like the pictures. I would not buy this product again, however, I do use it because I have it and it wasn’t inexpensive!
By:  P Cason
Virginia0.3
4.0
We started our upside down tomato garden in late April, early March. So far, the plants look fabulous! They are very deep green with plenty of flowers. I am only watering once a day or every other now as the temps are just getting into the mid 90’s in mid June. No tomatoes just yet though. As for quality, well, it’s made of plastic, so what can you expect? A little on the flimsy side, but we have had some high winds here that blew everything around the yard BUT the planter. So far I am a fan of this product, but we will see how the black bin and the high heat hold up over the duration of the summer. The plastic could stand to be a little stiffer like those resin chairs. I ’d give it an A- or a B+.
By:  Samson & Delilah
Utah0.3
1.0
Flimsy - blew over and dumped the plants on the ground, breaking one off completely. Water drains through the holes and the plants get covered with dirty water, and the concrete patio gets stained. The plants in this container were the ONLY plants in my yard with worms - I have never seen so many worms in my life! You couldn’t see the plant stems for all the worms! The first batch of plants were all infected by something and had to be destroyed. The second batch has had a few blossoms, but not a single tomato until I found two tiny ones (quarter inch and half inch diameter) today on Sept. 15. They won’t have a chance to ripen before the first frost. I have grown tomatoes for 35 years and never had so much trouble!
By:  Missy
Tennessee0.3
4.0
I planted three sweet 100s and one early girl. The tomatoes are growing great like they usually do. The problem is there on the ground and Im haveing to stake them up. The planter just isnt tall enough.I also bought a topsy turvy planter from CVS for 9.95. I hung it about 7 or 8 feet up and its doing great. The upside down Patio Garden just isnt tall enough.
By:  R Truax
Virginia0.3