Upside-Down Tomato Garden

upsidedownplanter.jpgThis curious planter takes the toil out of tomatoes by elevating the planting bed so vines grow downward. The hanging vines need almost no attention as tomatoes ripen in the air (not on the ground) where they won’t rot.

Complementary plants like basil, parsley, rosemary, and peppers can be planted on top, which holds up to 80 lbs. of topsoil. The compact planter can fit in any space with ample sunlight, even condominium balconies. Available from Hammacher.Com for $69.95.

Found via Ecofriend and Coolest Gadgets.

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