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Hanging Vegetable Gardens

A fun gardening project, especially for those with little space, is growing vegetables upside down in hanging containers. You'll need to start with plants, not seeds, and tomatoes, peppers and herbs work best. There are special containers you can buy for this, or you can make your own.


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Upside down tomato photo by Kathy Kimpel

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