By Mindy McIntosh-Shetter
I am always looking for a new type of container for my tomato plants.
I have tried upside down planters, concrete planters, bushel baskets, and even bags of potting soil but I had never tried a wine bag.
This idea came to me one day when I was at my local salvage place.
They had one wine bag they had gotten in a load of dog food. At first, they had no idea what it was but when I explained why there were four pockets, it was like an eureka moment.
After purchasing the bag, I took it home and admired my new planter. I could not wait to fill it with tomato plants. So once my local frost-free date had passed, I took out my wine bag to plant it.
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