About Gardman Tomato and Pepper Planter Bag
Closeouts. Experience the joy of growing your own tomatoes, peppers, chilies and more in Gardman's tomato and pepper planter bag, constructed of durable, rot-proof material for years of use.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Faeriegrandma from Oregon on Wednesday, May 8, 2013I bought two of these in the square size earlier this year and they seem to be working extremely well. I have potatoes in one (all four sections) and the other is now home to a group of assorted pepper plants. I'm very pleased so far as the only place in my yard with good sun for growing things is a large concrete RV pad I no longer use for that purpose. I have some wooden planters but they get expensive fast, so these are a great solution. In addition, you don't have to bend over as far. I bought this one as a gift, as I liked it so much.
Reviewed by Rita from CA on Thursday, April 18, 2013First, these hold way too much soil. Each one takes at minimum the biggest soil 2 cu foot bag, plus most of another 2 cu foot bag.
Second, without the wicker support baskets, these in my opinion are useless. They're planted, and my plants are doing okay. BUT, every morning I go out and the bags have sagged in a new direction, leaving big AIR POCKETS in the soil in the middle of the bag. That exposes the plant root to air and direct sun until I can get it redistributed. This happens especially if we've had any rain overnight. I really regret buying these.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Rita from CA on Thursday, February 7, 2013Too early to plant so won't have specific comments about performance for a few months. First, they are very very big. The pepper/tomato one will hold a 20 cu ft bag of soil and about 4 giant plants. Second, I want these on cement patio surround, and hope the color doesn't bleed. Third, they have no structure to hold their shape, so it will be like pouring dirt into a plastic trash bag, they will get blobby and saggy, resulting in careful watering or the soil will spill over the top as the sides collapse.