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  • So easy!
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    I bought this planter for my Mom to grow a tomato plant and a couple basil plants, thinking it was a good size. Its fantastic! You can't over water your plants as many self watering pots do. Her tomato grow really quickly and was huge! Lots of tomatoes, and the basils were so healthy and leafy.

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  • Cool contraption
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    I love my little earth box and can't wait to see what I will grow in it this next year!

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  • Perfect for the deck
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    I bought these from my parents so they could keep some veggies near the house. The rollers are great and work very well on the uneven deck boards. Hope they have a good harvest of tomatoes and other goodies this summer

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  • Earthboxes rock!
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    These are my third and fourth Earthboxes. In three weeks my tomatoes have gone from about three inches tall to well over two feet tall. And they are strong healthy plants. Can't recommend these too highly!

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  • earthbox organic (terracota)
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    So far, so good. Right now i have two patio tomato plants in it and doing well. I love the fact that i can move it around easy with the casters.I live in 3rd floor apartment in Hollywood, Florida and it gets windy a lot.

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  • Easy gardening
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    My husband is wheel chair bound, but he used to really enjoy gardening. He was able to put in dirt, and the fertilizer etc and then plant some zucchini and cucumbers and now they are growing wonderfully. His sister said his were 3x the size of theirs. We now have a great deck garden and love the look of green growing things on it.

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  • Who Knew Adding Wheels Would Help So Much?
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    I bought one Earthbox last year, direct from the manufacturer, as an experiment. Would I grow bigger/better tomatoes, and was it easier? Especially, were all of the above enough of an improvement to justify paying the difference between the Earthbox and a big ceramic pot? The answer was YES, absolutely. More tomatoes, earlier. Less watering. No nasty scummy water in a saucer. And no weeding of the thousands of box elder seedlings that would sprout in the pots. So, this year, I bought two more, from Overstock. These came with the organic fertilizer and the dolomite already measured. That wasn't such a big deal; I had both left from last year, and as a once and done chore during the planting, it's not exactly a big deal to measure them out. But the wheels! OMG. I can now turn the boxes for more even sun exposure for plants that live on a deck. When we need to clean the deck, we can move them to sweep under them. As we start to think about downsizing to a condo, I know one thing that will be essential in our decision making: is there a deck or patio, so we can grow our own salads in our Earthboxes?

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  • Awesome product
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    I wanted an easy way to grow a few tomato plants on my deck and this is it! It was easy to do and my plants look great so far. They get the perfect amount of water and nutrients without the work of a garden. It's perfect for a small family.

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  • Earth boxes are amazing!

    I bought 3 earth boxes last year. They were easy to set up using the included instructions and some soil from the local hardware store. The wheels on the bottom were a bit cheap-- and moving them in and out of the garage to avoid frost wasn't an easy task. However, we ended up with 6 ft tall tomato "trees" and enormous, sprawling cucumber plants. Those two boxes alone provided more veggies than my whole in-ground garden. We had huge amounts of produce. It was fantastic! (The third box, which was planted with greens, died out due to a bug infestation. I don't blame the Earthbox, of course.) I don't really love the plastic look in the yard, especially before the plants start growing. But, I love that you water through a tube, so you can easily give the plants just the right amount of water. One thing to plan for, though, is that you will need to have a way to hold up the enormous plants. I had tomato cages on mine and they were far, far to small.

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