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Veg gardening goes to new heights


May 7, 2010
By Dave Harrison

May 7, 2010 – As North Americans prepare
for the 2010 gardening season,
Allstar Products Group, a leading direct response and consumer products
company, announces new varieties of its revolutionary growing system.

May 7, 2010 – As North Americans prepare for the 2010 gardening season,
Allstar Products Group, a leading direct response and consumer products
company, announces new varieties of its revolutionary growing system.

 

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upside_down_planterTopsy
Turvy® Upside Down Planters
take a groundbreaking approach to
gardening. This year, the product line will expand beyond the successful Tomato
Planter with four new products to grow everything from hot peppers to sweet
strawberries.

According to the Garden Writers
Association Foundation (GWAF), more than 41 million U.S. households grew a
vegetable garden in 2009. Of these households, 37 per cent plan to increase their
edible gardens in 2010. In fact, the Garden Media Group named “edible
gardening” the number two gardening trend of 2010.

The Topsy Turvy planter, used by
millions of people from the novice to the professional gardener, is the only
product that features a patented Grow Bag technology. This technology allows
the planter to act as a greenhouse, so the soil stays warm after sundown,
stimulating and enhancing root growth. Because the Topsy Turvy planter is
upside down, water and nutrients pour directly from the root to the fruit or
vegetable, making the growing process more efficient than standard in-ground
gardens.


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