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Everyone's getting into the garden this summer (and you should too - by entering our Garden Contest!), and nothing's hotter than growing things upside-down. 

Cutworms ravaging your tomato plants?  Take a tip from Instructables and the New York Times, and grow them from hanging pots.  You don't have to be an apartment dweller to take advantage of these low-profile planters that are cheap and easy to DIY.

Check out our mention in the Garden section of the New York Times this week.  They know a good thing when they see one!


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nbagf (author)2010-05-22

 someone should use twitter and facebook and possibly youtube to gain more publicity

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KentsOkay (author)2010-05-22

 Instructables is also mentioned in The New Yorker, in an article on Saul Griffith. They don't exactly do Ibles justice, suggesting it to be a treacherous spin off more successful then its parent (at least that's how it read to me), but my mom read it and was impressed I knew all about it and had met some of the people mentioned..

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kcls (author)2010-05-21

Woo Hoo! I can already see the wave of new members and instructables now! Great work!

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Kryptonite (author)2010-05-20

Wow that's awesome! It's publicity like that which helps get more people in.

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