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Thread: Terri's Visit and my topsy Turvy Tomato Planter

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    Super Member Leota's Avatar
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    Ok, I'm combining two events. Terri stopped by and had dinner with us Sunday as they made their way to KS and onward to VA. I also planted 5 tomato plants in my new Topsy Turvy Planter.

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    Very cool!

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    AWWWW you girls look like ya had a GREAT time visiting!

    Man them gonna be some good TOMATOES!!

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    Looks like fun!

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    Keep them watered. NO ONE ever gets a tomato from them! They need to be watered at LEAST 2X a day, even in the rain.

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    Awwww that is so neat that you got to meet up :D:D:D

    I hope that you get many luscious tomatoes :D:D:D

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    Pam, That's not true. I had some the two last years and had so many tomatoes that I didn't know what to do with them all. I made my own and you're right about having to water them alot.

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    Wow, that is awesome!!!

    I didn't know there was one that could hold more than one plant.

    I got one, but it only holds one plant. I can't wait to see how they turn out

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    Again, keep them watered!!! Water is the key to ALL tomatos. The bags are small, with all of those roots, water, water, water!!

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    WOO HOO .. ok I know which one is Terri, who is who on the other two :lol: ?

    Glad you were able to meet up, fun isn't it :mrgreen:

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