This year I've decided to grow two tomato plants in the Earthbox. This system works very well if you follow the instructions for the proper setup which include using a soil-less potting mix and adding dolamite lime and granular fertilizer. Once the plants go in, position the box in full sun and add water daily to the funnel pipe until it runs out the overflow hole near the bottom. Since the fertilizer is added at the time of planting, it lasts the entire growing season. It's impossible to overwater or overfertilize, the hallmark of most failures in the garden. The plants take what they need when they need it, and as long as you position in full sun, you can't go wrong. In fact, I would venture to say you have to have a special skill set to fail at this endeavor!
Bloomin’ Onion: Why Some Onions Have Flowers
9 hours ago