Can That Really Be A Tomato Plant?
I quickly assured her that what she saw were ordinary tomato plants, but growing quite extraordinarily in a GrowBox. “Just wait until you taste them,” I said. But she had already picked a juicy ripe tomato and was sampling it. It was so good that the next several minutes were spent eating the delicious ripe fruits right off the plant still warm from the sun.
And so GrowBox has won over another one of my friends! I think I’ll see a GrowBox in her garden next year. And why not? For seniors like myself and my friends, it’s easy to grow delicious fruits and vegetables with very little effort. No weeding is needed; and once they are planted, the only things needed are watering, picking the produce, and eating what you’ve grown. Of course, sharing with friends is a lot of fun too! Even a friend’s granddaughter, Avah, got in on the fun this year. She is the one in the picture. She went home with a bag of the delicious cherry tomatoes she had picked to share with her mom and sister.
Thank you, GrowBox, for making gardening easier for seniors like me so we can continue growing and enjoying our own produce! ”
“Do I need to bring my GrowBox™ inside for the winter so it doesn’t freeze?”
Just leave your GrowBox™ Planters exactly where they are. There’s no need to empty them or move them out of the weather – even in freezing temperatures.
Simply cut off the remaining plants at the soil line and let Mother Nature compost the old roots for next season. Plant again in the Spring with the same soil and a fresh Nutrient Patch™