This Garden is Coming Soon.

April 16th, 2009

 

 

I hope to get a garden giveaway up this evening.  If you like upside down homegrown tomatoes, you might want to check back tonight.

Comments

  • Do those things really work? (The upside down tomatoes that is, not the rasied beds.) I keep thinking the one advantage would be hanging them from the porch where just maybe the deer wouldn’t be able to chomp on them as often as I can!

    • Rechelle:

      bdaiss – I hope so!

  • I was just telling my husband we should try an upside down planter! I cannot wait to see the post!

  • Heather in MT:

    I’ve heard that the upside down tomato plants work out really well. Your raised beds look really nice.

  • Whoa Nelly! We are just planning our garden here in the frozen tundra of Maine and of course and natch I want raised beds. But your raised bed is SO creative and inspirational. I am SO there on this design! I saw those dangly tomato planter thingys….very intriguing I must say!

  • I”ve heard that the topsy turvy tomato hanging thingies work really well. Did you know you could put 2 plants per thingy? And you could also use them for green peppers? I am so going to do this at my house!

  • Tracy:

    That raised bed looks interesting…how are you going to mow inside it? Or are you going to make it a gravel path or something? Can’t wait to see what you do with it.

  • I’ve got two of those upside down tomato thingies that my mom bought for us. Now I’ve just got to figure out what I did with them. Next week is garden planting week here. I have no idea what to do, but Danny and Josh put in some raised beds for me.

  • Nicole:

    Oh, I love your design layout! Very architectural! Now those tomato hangers – I wonder how our 2 Great Danes would react to those? I bet they’d whack their heads every time they walked under them. :)

  • Julie Curtis:

    Love the new site! My husband has been bugging me to buy one of those upside-down tomato planters.

  • Myra:

    I am so jealous of your garden beds! And of course, I would never be that creative if I actually got Joshua to build me those garden beds. :)