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Home Depot has City Pickers 24.5" x 20.5" Patio Raised Garden Bed Grow Box Kit w/ Watering System & Casters (various colors) on sale for $19.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Butcherboy
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It's called Plants. It's where your vegetables comes from. Tomatoes don't just magically appear. They need to be grown from those hideous looking plants and dirts.
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For limited space look into using plastic tubs and corrugated 6" drain pipe. Watch some of Leon's videos on YouTube. He has some very useful info to have beautiful plants, and loads of veggies.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BuqYmRmJrHo
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I have 3 of them and I love them for the deck.
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Home Depot has CITY PICKERS 24.5 in. x 20.5 in. Patio Raised Garden Bed Grow Box Kit with Watering System and Casters in Sandstone on sale for $19.99.

Special Buy for April 18, 2019 - expires midnight.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/206936546

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I have 3 of them and I love them for the deck.
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Got 3 from the Lowe's sale for the same price. Will be filling them up this weekend. They seem like they'll be great.
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For limited space look into using plastic tubs and corrugated 6" drain pipe. Watch some of Leon's videos on YouTube. He has some very useful info to have beautiful plants, and loads of veggies.


https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=BuqYmRmJrHo
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Yikes, these look hideous.
It's called Plants. It's where your vegetables comes from. Tomatoes don't just magically appear. They need to be grown from those hideous looking plants and dirts.
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These are the same ones as they sell at Lowes (just different branding) and at the same current price as lowes, however the benefit is you have a choice of colors. I really liked the first two i picked up from lowes, i'm picking up two more from here.
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we have the same thing from Lowe's. on our 3rd season. great for growing herbs on the deck.
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How do these do with tomatoes? The ones I saw in store looked a little shallow.

May go the 5 gallon bucket route dependinf
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It's called Plants. It's where your vegetables comes from. Tomatoes don't just magically appear. They need to be grown from those hideous looking plants and dirts.

I think they were talking about the planter being hideous... not the plants. Smilie
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How do these do with tomatoes? The ones I saw in store looked a little shallow.

May go the 5 gallon bucket route dependinf
I grew 2 in one box and they grew big. Never set fruit, but that's probably more due to the lack of sun in my yard.
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I used these last year but didn't have a lot of success. Make sure to use print mix. It's easy to overwater with these too
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I used these last year but didn't have a lot of success. Make sure to use print mix. It's easy to overwater with these too
I found over water to be impossible. You put the water into the reserve. It comes out if it gets too full.
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