In 2008 I had a couple of inverted tomato plants and then I’ve got some dwarf marigolds as companion plants.
In addition in 2008 I took some of my early clippings of some suckers from these hanging plants and put them in water until some roots appeared. Then I transplanted this new plant along one of my fences so I can see how a climber will work versus the inverted ones.
The lesson learned was the tomato plants in the ground were much better at producing fruit than the hanging plants. In 2009 I won’t be growing any inverted tomato plants.
An outdoor organic garden located in Farmington Hills, United States, webcompanion's Tomato garden currently contains 0 plants.This is a Vegetable garden that is known to be in USDA Hardiness Zone 5. It has mainly Combination soil and receives Full Sun light.
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