How do I grow a tomato plant upside down in a hanging bucket?

Answer Drill a hole in the bottom of the bucket that's large enough to insert the plant. Turn the bucket right-side up. Place a circular piece of window screen at the base of the bucket. Fill the bucket w... Read More »

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How do I plant tomatoes upside down in a bucket?

Drill a 3-inch hole in the bottom of a 5-gallon bucket that has a metal handle. Find a strong and secure place to hang the bucket from by the handle.Thread the young tomato plant into the 3-inch h... Read More »

How to Grow Tomatoes Upside-Down in a Hanging Basket With a Coconut Liner?

Growing tomatoes upside-down in a hanging basket is a convenient and space-saving way to garden. No weeding, tilling, staking or caging is necessary and you can harvest the tomatoes without bending... Read More »

How many tomato plants can grow in a 5 gallon bucket?

According to the Alabama Cooperative Extension System, you should plant one tomato plant per 5-gallon bucket. Tomato plants need plenty of room for their large root systems to grow. Roots provide w... Read More »

Does spinning a hanging plant help it grow?

On One Hand: Rotating Promotes Even GrowthPlants grow in the direction of the brightest light source. According to Indoor Window Gardening, plants should be rotated in a hanging planter or pot hal... Read More »