Peggy, of Organic Growing Pains has her version of Tumbling pots. Go on over and take a look.
So far I have three pouches planted with violas, succulents, and the third with petunias. The pouch which has not yet been planted , is going to be an experiment. I have the mix well watered and have pushed a couple of nasturtium seeds through each of the slits in the pouch. My reasoning is, that seeds have to push their way up through the soil to reach the light, so why not up through a slit in plastic. We will see what happens. I am going to place the plastic tray holding the pouch on top of a rack used for cooling cookies, then place it all over a heat duct in the house. (don't want to spend money on one of those fancy schmancy heat pads for plants) I told you this is an experiment. I will let you know the results.
The new shoots of the poor agapanthus are looking quite sickly. There are not many drainage holes in the bottom of the galvanized tub, so I thought perhaps it was too wet for the plant. I wanted to move it anyhow, so it now has a new home.
Here is the agapanthus replanted on the outside of the fence surrounding my vegetable plot. We have many of those long eared, hungry, wabbity wabbits, who love to nibble on everything, so I have to surround almost all my plants with chicken wire.
It took me me about 15 minutes to wrestle this fern out of the very old wooden pot it was growing in, before replanting it into the tub. I hope it is happier in there than the agapanthus seemed to be.
I bought 12 petunias, 5 went into the Gee Whiz creation, these three red and one purple in this bed and I still have 3 more to plant. perhaps tomorrow as my back is telling me "time out" and this time I am going to listen and quit gardening for today, before I hurt too much to enjoy playing outside tomorrow.