How to grow tomatoes upside down #Tomatoes, #UpsideDown, #Vertical
'Rapunzel' tomato, love to grow this http://www.greenhousegrower.com/varieties/armitage-on-plants/plants-i-know-my-daughters-neighbors-and-friends-would-like-to-see-at-retail/?omhide=true&utm_content=buffer096ac&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer
if you want sweeter tomatoes. Simply sprinkle a small amount of baking soda around the base of your tomato plants. The baking soda will be absorbed into the soil and lower the acidity levels, thus, giving you tomatoes that are more sweet than tart.
Hanging Vegetable Garden: What Vegetables Can Be Grown Upside Down - Home grown vegetables are a wonderful addition to any table. But adding them to your diet when you live in a place with limited space can be difficult. It can be done. One option is to add a hanging vegetable garden where the vegetables are grown upside down. But what vegetables can be grown upside down? Let’s look at which vegetables to use.