HOME MADE TOPSY TURVEY TOMATO GROWER (Kathy's)
You can make your own up-side-down tomato grower for much less money by placing the plants into the hanging plant containers you get at the garden or grocery store. Hang them on a Sheppard’s Hook (Kathy says she uses one with 2 hooks attached on either side). As the plants grow they will grow up-side-down because she has not staked them and because of the weight of the plants. She says to grow cherry tomatoes as the larger tomatoes don’t work as well.
Home Made Tomato Grower is published in our May, 2009 Menu Minder, Issue #307.