Well, I am glad it is never too late to learn to do something new. Growing up in city apartment buildings, I was really (and still am) rather ignorant about growing things. Over the years, I have managed to do some really nice things with flowers, but food? Branching out in a new direction (no pun intended), I have a great grape tomato plant growing in my studio. At a suggestion from my clever pal, I decided to try this upside down planting idea. From what I have learned from others, they have only grown them this way outside. They need a lot of water. Astoundingly, it's actually growing! The first little yellow flower blossomed on May 17th, Syttende Mai! A little 'Norksy' flower! There have been many more since then and I've even had to clip it back a little. I have some sweet basil (which I have already starting picking and using in my sauces), Cuban oregano and peas, too … but, they are on the window sill. I was thinking strawberries might be fun too!