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The best solution for a small garden: tomatoes in a bucket

If you have a small vegetable garden, and you want to feast on juicy tomatoes in the summer, 20-liter buckets will come to the rescue.

What is required

  1. Drill
  2. Crown for a drill with a diameter of 2.5 cm.
  3. Fastener
  4. Screws
  5. Priming
  6. Seedling
  7. 20 liters bucket


Turn the bucket upside down and drill a 2.5 cm diameter hole in the middle.

Pull the seedling out of the container in which it sprouted, turn it upside down and gently pull it through the hole in the bucket until the roots rest on the bottom. Fill the remaining space with soil. At the very top you can plant an additional plant or leave only tomatoes in a bucket.

Choose a suitable place for hanging. Do not forget that tomatoes need enough sunlight, at least 6 hours a day they should be on the sunny side. Screw fasteners with screws and place the bucket by the handle. It is important that the surface for fasteners could withstand a bucket filled with soil.

Carefully water the tomatoes whenever the soil dries. And by the end of the summer, get ready to enjoy homemade tomatoes.