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Topsy Turvey Strawberry Planter

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These Upside-Down Planters are a fun and practically foolproof way for children to observe and take part in the wonder of growth.

Just fill the bag with potting soil, insert your favorite variety of plants (Strawberry or Tomato) and hang the bag on your deck or patio. Upside-Down Planters eliminate the need for stakes and cages.

You'll never have to worry about cutworms or fungus, and your crop couldn't be easier to harvest!

Water daily to ensure the best fruits and vegetables.

Available Styles
Strawberry
Tomato

Size
9 1/2"-diam. x 19"L.

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Good shared project

Reviewed on: 6/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

My kids were excited by this and the tomato planters. The plants are growing well and began producing fruit right away. Unfortunately we didn't realize exactly how many plants this takes (15 to 30) so were a little short. It sits up nicely when empty so the kids can fill it. I would save placing the plants for much older kids or adults; fingers got easily pinched or plants broken othwerwise. Once it is hung most kids will not be able to reach the top to water the plants, so this is not a good 'building responsibility' gardening project. It is a good day project to set up, and can be used for growth observations.

4

Good shared project

Reviewed on: 6/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

My kids were excited by this and the tomato planters. The plants are growing well and began producing fruit right away. Unfortunately we didn't realize exactly how many plants this takes (15 to 30) so were a little short. It sits up nicely when empty so the kids can fill it. I would save placing the plants for much older kids or adults; fingers got easily pinched or plants broken othwerwise. Once it is hung most kids will not be able to reach the top to water the plants, so this is not a good 'building responsibility' gardening project. It is a good day project to set up, and can be used for growth observations.

4

Good shared project

Reviewed on: 6/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

My kids were excited by this and the tomato planters. The plants are growing well and began producing fruit right away. Unfortunately we didn't realize exactly how many plants this takes (15 to 30) so were a little short. It sits up nicely when empty so the kids can fill it. I would save placing the plants for much older kids or adults; fingers got easily pinched or plants broken othwerwise. Once it is hung most kids will not be able to reach the top to water the plants, so this is not a good 'building responsibility' gardening project. It is a good day project to set up, and can be used for growth observations.

4

Good shared project

Reviewed on: 6/16/2011 12:00:00 AM

My kids were excited by this and the tomato planters. The plants are growing well and began producing fruit right away. Unfortunately we didn't realize exactly how many plants this takes (15 to 30) so were a little short. It sits up nicely when empty so the kids can fill it. I would save placing the plants for much older kids or adults; fingers got easily pinched or plants broken othwerwise. Once it is hung most kids will not be able to reach the top to water the plants, so this is not a good 'building responsibility' gardening project. It is a good day project to set up, and can be used for growth observations.