Soil Bag Planting

comments (6) March 14th, 2009 in Gallery

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ChrisMcLaughlin Chris McLaughlin, contributor
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Soil Bag Planter

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Here's a picture of a Lemon Boy tomato plant I planted using the soil bag planting method. Fastest planting method in town.

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Comments (6)

Meg_anAggieInFrisco writes: Well, I decided to do Sq. Ft. Gardening. However this would have been much cheaper. LOL

I will post photo's of the building prgress soon.
Posted: 10:46 am on March 27th
Basilgirl writes: Hi Chris,

I did the bag thing with chives. Works great & I did one tomatoe plant too.

basilgirl
Posted: 7:52 pm on March 25th
ChrisMcLaughlin writes: mar32428: This one is 3 cubic feet. But, honestly, I haven't used this big of a bag before. The smaller ones (maybe 2 cu ft) worked just as well.
Posted: 2:30 pm on March 24th
AutumnsEcho writes: LOL. I just told a girlfriend about this method of planting. She is not ready to garden in the yard but wanted to at least grow some tomato's. We are going to use a 2 cubic ft bag. I have seen the local nurseries do this to show the kind of soil they sell. It works pretty good to.
Posted: 10:59 am on March 21st
Meg_anAggieInFrisco writes: This is what I am going to try this year... :-)
Posted: 3:30 pm on March 17th
mar32428 writes: I've seen this type of gardening before at Disney World. How big ore your bags?
Posted: 10:12 pm on March 14th
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