Monday, August 4, 2008


Here are pictures of m hanging tomatoes!! They’re cuties, huh?

Beans grow right side up on the tomatoes’ topsoil, Tomatoes grow upside down from the buckets, and chiles grow righside up below them. It’s beautiful, I think.

This is a surefire way to double or triple your tomato/jalapeno consumption without worrying about salmonella.

I've also posted a picture of my glorious worm bin over above the blogroll.

Tomorrow, ill snap a picture of the worms themselves.
They're names are Chad1, 2, and 3.

so flexible

Upcycle, please


Hitomi said...

How's the tomatoes growing from the bottom? How's the soil staying in?
Close-up pictures, please. Tulip button!

Apacheco said...


theres a hole cut into the bottom of the bucket that's big enough to fit the plant leaves through but not big enough so that the rootball slips out.

when you water it, some soil washes out with the dirt, but not huge amounts/ i think the beans help.

and thats why there are thing growing on the ground underneith the tomzies.

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