I found this growing at my local nursery last year and will be the first to admit that it’s not the prettiest container around.  But if you’re short on time, short on space and don’t really care how it looks this might be the easiest way to enjoy some warmed-from-the-sun tomatoes!

To see a video showing just how easy it is to grow a tomato plant like this check out this video by Genevieve Schmidt and Fern Richardson.  Interesting that both show the tomato growing in Gardener & Bloome soil!



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