Upside Down Gardening

Upside Down Vegetable Planter

Anonymous added on February 16, 2011 | Answered

I was recently given an upside down vegetable planter, but no instructions came with it. It is soft plastic, about 100 cm deep and has 15 small cicular holes (about 2-3 cm diameter) on each side. If I fill the planter with potting soil and fertilizer, can I plant vegetable seeds near each hole, or must I plant seedlings with roots in the soil and foliage protruding through the holes?

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Answered on February 16, 2011

The foliage will protrude through the hole.

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