Upside-down Gardening

I admit I haven’t tried topsy-turvy or a homemade version so that I can grow tomatoes(or other vegetables) upside down–I figure I would still have the deer problem. (No triple-pulley system for me!) But I just read this article in the New York Times and am curious what others have to say.

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  1. We tried one tomato plant upside down this year. It’s only been there for a couple of days though, so doing less well than the four right-side-up ones, which have had two weeks to get used to their containers. Will let you know in a few months.

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