Hydrofarm GCTB Tomato Barrel with 4-Foot Tower

December 7, 2017 - Comment

Hydrofarm’s self-watering tomato planters provide lightweight, strong support for tomatoes, beans, peas, cucumbers and other climbing plants and flowers. Use with any potting soil or coco planting mix and the easy-fill reservoir system delivers water and nutrients from below, helping avoid over or under watering. The sturdy frame construction help support the weight of vines

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Hydrofarm’s self-watering tomato planters provide lightweight, strong support for tomatoes, beans, peas, cucumbers and other climbing plants and flowers. Use with any potting soil or coco planting mix and the easy-fill reservoir system delivers water and nutrients from below, helping avoid over or under watering. The sturdy frame construction help support the weight of vines as they grow, allowing the plant to devote more energy to developing fruit and preventing the fruit from falling off before it’s ripe.

Product Features

  • Tomato barrel
  • Self watering
  • Provide strong support
  • Tomato barrel expands to over 4-feet tall
  • Includes round base and planter, 3 support rings and 3 connecting risers
  • Convenient watering port makes watering easy
  • Expandable – as plants grow just add extra rings or risers
  • Simple to assemble – no tools required

Comments

Natalya S says:

Unexpectedly nice product. Disassembles and is flat for storage Unexpectedly nice product. Disassembles and is flat for storage. Is pretty sturdy, the stakes are not plastic, made of a more strong and heavy material, I can’t tell what, however. Please, pay attention that when assembled, all the circles are the same diameter (while other “one piece” cages are usually smaller diameter at the bottom). This may make difference if your tomatoes are grown in a box, and the base of this won’t fit in the box. The diameter of the circles is 13.5 inches. I…

NuK says:

Super Excellent Grow-Pot for Tomatoes!!! I decided I was going to grow some cherry tomatoes this year (2014) and because there are too many deer, opossums, raccoons and varmints in the neighborhood, I wanted to grow them indoors. So far, I’ve used the bottom of an egg carton to germinate my tomato seeds and just transplanted them to the Hydrofarm Tomato Barrel planter. This planter is a really cool design. There is a reservoir at the bottom to help keep the soil hydrated. The expandable tower is really a cool design. Three dowels lock…

Mule says:

Pot is nice, tower is terrible The pot itself is wonderful for growing tomatoes, peas and cucumbers, however the tower is terrible did not support and of the plants sufficiently, I bought four of these and two of the towers snapped half way through the season so our tomatoes did not fair so my suggestion is to make the tower stronger

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