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I had one a while ago, it didn't work very well for me, but I don't have a green thumb at all.
The small tomatoes is yielded for me were delicious though.
Bunnies Ogling Carrots Count: 1 :'(
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Ace Hardware has these for just over $2 each. These are ok if you have difficulty grown in dirt (limited space, poor soil, an apartment, pest issues, etc.). If you don't have any of these problems, just grow plants in the dirt.
I use the strawberry one because cut worms and rabbits kept killing my plants. Nice thing is, there are 15 holes in the TT and you can fit two berry roots into each. That's 30 plants in a hanging container.
I'm expecting to open a berry stand ... NOT, but I'm hopeful.
I want my bag-o-crap ... and you can keep your TWO DOLLARS! (reference to "Better Off Dead")
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neuropsychosocial wrote:From what does one hang these? And is there a reason, beside sunlight, that these can't be used inside? I'm wondering if I could move herbs inside over the winter and keep them in front of a very sunny window.
Herbs grow great indoors. You don't even need to plant them upside down.
If they don't get much sun, they'll be long a straggly looking. but they taste fine. Herbs like Thyme grown in the shade have soft stems so you don't even have to pick off the leaves.
Asceticism is for those that can't afford Hedonism.