So why would you want to grow your tomatoes in an upside down planter? Well, here are some of the upsides:
- Upside down planters save space. Even if you have a small garden area, you can have more plants if you choose to go for this route.
- Upside down planters keep pests and fungus at bay. This method makes sure that your tomatoes grow into healthy and luscious fruits.
- Upside down planters save you from using cages and stakes. Not to mention, they also add vertical interest to your garden area.