Protect Plants from Unwanted Pests and Animals by Turning Them on Their Head

By: Allison Love - Published: May 26, 2010 • References: topsygardening & nytimes
The popularity of upside-down gardening is growing, thanks to all the benefits of the reverse gardening technique. Turning your garden upside down is not only a great space-saver, but "there is no need for stakes or cages; it foils pests and fungus; there are fewer, if any, weeds; there is efficient delivery of water and nutrients thanks to gravity; and it allows for greater air circulation and sunlight exposure."

Essentially, upside-down gardening offers more advantages than traditional gardening methods. There are even gardening planters that are specially designed for upside-down growth. Bring on spring and try this new gardening technique. Stats for Upside-Down Gardening Trending: Older & Mild
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