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Plant Wall 6
The result is a salad garden that could thrive on a deck or patio. To plant the rack, the designer started at the bottom row, inserting plants from the rear. She wrapped the backside of each plant with coconut coir fiber, the kind typically used to line hanging baskets, and then packed dirt around the roots. ( Stefano Paltera / For the Times )
Good Housekeeping | Hearst
Growing tomatoes is easy if you have the right support. This super-sturdy tomato tower will give your plants the support they need to grow big, delicious tomatoes. The directions are simple and straightforward. Stronger than store-bought tomato cages, this tower is also taller than your average tomato cage, giving your nightshades the chance to reach their highest potential..