I'll have to try that next year. I have a planter on my deck (it's a good size one). I put a shepherd's hook in the pot and then I decided to put a second, taller one in the pot. I have one plant and a wind chime on the hooks but it would lend itself to an upside tomato plant.
I am looking forward to starting also. I put some more broccoli seeds out - I hope these sprout. Broccoli is a cool weather crop so the spring window is not that long here. We have winter/spring one day and summer the next.
I found a great article about container gardening - It was suggested growing bush beans, eggplant, squash, cucumbers, and herbs. Then in August, English peas, lettuce, beets, broccoli, and cabbage. Tomatoes were not on the list but I will again try them.
I'm not the least interested in vegetable gardening, as I am to busy with the rest of my tropical paradise....but I think you ladies are giving me some incentive to do some container veggie gardening. Anyone got a few major tips to get me started?
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