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Along with everyone else, we had one and I was so excited when I bought it at home depot for twice the price. But even in WA you had to water it every day, and it still was dying of thirst. I kept thinking it might have been something I did.. but after looking at everyone else's reviews, I know it was not just me. By the time I bought the planter.. the good soil and an heirloom tomato plant, it made my tomatoes about 65.00 a pound. Especially since only one ripened enough to eat. They got all hidden in the tangle of vines and couldn't get to the sun
What Contemptible Scoundrel stole the cork from my lunch??