Original Price: 1 for $10 + $7.95 S&H. 3 Bushelmaker pre-seeded Tomato pots: $7.95 S&H.
Homemade spaghetti sauce, homemade pizza sauce, summer salads, m'mmmmm, I'm starting to miss my mother's cooking. What made some of the food so good, aside from her recipes and culinary touch, were her ingredients. And her and my grandmother would homegrown quite a bit of them, like Tomatoes. I'm looking at the Tomato Factory Planter as not just an industry expert, but as a son who wants to help his mother make it easier to grow the things she loves in her garden.
According to the offical product site BuyTomatoFactory.com, the Tomato Factory Planter will help you grow fresh, luscious tomatoes, up to 50 lbs. per plant, all the while saving you on groceries and playing the role as the economical alternative to other planters. The Planter gives the additional advantage of keeping the soil in a box above the ground so more square footage can receive direct sunlight and aeration. And because the Tomato Factory Planter can better control the environment, you will have "no" need for additional digging and weeding. What makes it even more practical, when you order (at the time of this writing) you also receive pre-seeded "Bushelmaker" tomatoes. They act like the Ron Popeil of Tomato Planters - set it and forget it - just don't forget to water it and give it a little soil food once in awhile.
Surprisingly, there isn't much out there. Surprised to say the least, there's usually more out there regarding garden products. No, "this product didn't grow," and, "this thing sucks..." stuff. Going into this, the staff was expecting us to find people complaining about the plants. Anyone who's grown a tomato plant has run into issues with the plant's stem staying strong. It's this issue that makes the Topsy Turvy Tomato Planter so popular. Chicken wire, planting wire, strings and the like are usually implemented to keep the tomato plants growing upright. None of the following complaints were found.
As a measuring stick: I have a friend who started a similar review site and hasn't touched it much in 6 months. His review of the Tomato Planter can still be found which means nobody has had anything really disparaging to say regarding the product.
Update 2011/10/21: Of the Tomato Planters, this one continues to stay under the radar. We do have some great feedback and pictures that'll we'll need to transfer over to this post: including users who posted pictures that we'll want to show next year. If you have more pictures and stuff, please let us know!
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