Upside Down Patio Garden
Overall 36cm square x 110cm H
The raised upper bed of the Upside Down Patio Garden is ideal for planting herbs, racy salad crops and even bedding plants whilst the innovative lower section is just made for tumbling summer vegetables such as tomatoes
Gardeners are well known for trying to extract the maximum yield from minimum space so the Upside Down Patio Garden is bound to be on many green-fingered enthusiast's shopping list.
The raised upper bed of the Upside Down Patio Garden is ideal for planting herbs, racy salad crops such as lettuce and radish and even bedding plants and flowers whilst the innovative lower section is just made for tumbling summer vegetables such as tomatoes, cougettes, aubergines and peppers, planted through holes in the base of the top raised bed.
The Upside Down Patio Garden is manufactured from durable polyethylene for season after season use and stands 110cm in height overall.
- Upside Down Patio Garden features two growing areas
- Top raised bed measures 36cm square x 15cm D
- Base unit is 32cm square x 13cm D
- Upside Down Patio Garden measures 110cm overall
- Top bed perfect for herbs, flowers, bedding plants and salad crops
- Upside down growing area for tomatoes, aubergines, peppers etc
- Manufactured from durable polyethylene
- Use year after year
- Ideal for where space is limited|Perfect for roof gardens, balconies, decking, terraces or within picking reach of the back door
- Upside down growing eliminates staking and many soil borne pests
- Crops in top raised bed likely to suffer far less from slug attacks
- Tomatoes grown upside down generally produce bigger yields
- Perfect for beginner or elderly gardeners
- Little maintenance required so well suited to those with little time
Upside Down Patio Garden
If you've already purchased the Upside Down Patio Garden then you'll probably already be aware of some of the benefits of this clever little product. If you're still undecided if the garden is for you however, or you'd like to get the maximum benefit from your upside down growing activities, then read on...
It is ideal for patios, balconies and decking etc and has two unique features.
The top section can be used for planting flowers, giving a more aesthetic look to the planter and the surrounding location. It is more eye-catching, as the flowers will be in people’s eye line. It can also be used to grow herbs, radishes or lettuces, which compliment the hanging vegetables.
The main feature of the ‘Upside Down Patio Garden’ is the bottom area where the plants grow upside down, from holes in the top section. As well as tomatoes, people can grow cucumbers, courgettes, aubergines and peppers. Therefore this product appeals to two markets- patio flower/herb growing and patio vegetable growing.
The benefits of growing vegetables upside down include:
• No Staking - As the tomatoes are hanging from the planter, you have no need to stake them, or bother with any other types of support other than the planter hanger. For some indeterminate types of tomatoes, you may find you need to trim them to keep them off the ground, but no stakes.
Compared to grow bags, the Upside Down Patio Garden has further benefits:
The best vegetables to grow are tomatoes, peppers and cucumbers.
• Tumbling Tom (red and yellow)
In summary, the benefits of the ‘Upside Down Patio Garden’ are:
What The Press Say
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Achieve greater crop yields in the smallest of spaces. The Upside Down Patio Garden's top selection can be planted with lettuces or herbs and through the planting holes in the base you can make the most of the hanging crops such as tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers. Growing these plants upside down will improve air circulation, remove competition with weeds and the need for staking.