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Upside Down Tomato garden by BRENDA / barefootintexas

Posted by debbiedo7 zone 8 Texas (My Page) on
Thu, Apr 17, 08 at 0:41

THANK YOU
BRENDA / Barefootintexas
Here are the pictures from Brenda's demonstration

CUT 3 HOLES IN THE COCONUT LINER

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TAKE 3 TOMATO PLANTS - REMOVE MAJORITY OF THE DIRT FROM ROOTS

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PUSH TOMATO PLANT THROUGH THE HOLE & POSITION WHERE THE STEM IS ALSO INSIDE THE BASKET

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YOU CAN SEE HOW BRENDA & THE GIRLS PLACED THEM INTO THE BASKET

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TAKE MARIGOLDS & PLANT THEM IN THE TOP OF THE BASKET.
THE FLOWERS WILL HELP TO DETER THE BUGS

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FINISHED PRODUCT

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BRENDA HOLDING UP FINISHED BASKET & GIFTS IT TO ERIN OUR NEW GARDENING FRIEND & REPORTER

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ERIN RECEIVING THE BASKET

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ERIN, BRENDA, BRIANNA & MELODY

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OK NOW THAT MY GRAND DAUGHTERS HAVE PRACTICED ON THIS ONE - WE'LL JUST HAVE TO MAKE ONE FOR HOME TOO!!


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RE: Upside Down Tomato garden by BRENDA / barefootintexas

wonderful pictures! thank you for sharing them!


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RE: Upside Down Tomato garden by BRENDA / barefootintexas

what fun how did these do?


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RE: Upside Down Tomato garden by BRENDA / barefootintexas

Can I use any Marigolds to deter insects? I heard some Marigolds deter & some do not deter insects.


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RE: Upside Down Tomato garden by BRENDA / barefootintexas

Thanks,,, I'm going to make one of those.


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