They are on their second year and holding up just fine.
Thanks! Each plant has its own woodpecker pressure compensating dripper which you need for an uneven surface like the roof
I may try them for next year. Prior to 3 years ago I did everything in pots (but only grew maybe 10 pots) -- then my hubby made me a 8 x 4 garden bed on the edge of our patio, and last year added another 4 x 4 to make an "L". Unfortunately we have an enormous black walnut tree maybe 25 feet from where the beds are and I know most of you know what that means Last year I lost 4 of the tomatoes in the 8 x 4 bed, and this year almost 7 (and counting) are wilting, not growing and near death. Freaking JUGLONE. So, next year, only containers again and I'll have to scale back ( this year I have the 2 beds plus a 10' x 10' square where a pine tree used to be that I thought I'd try since I had so many plants this year but it's within the juglone area too ). Corn is immune to juglone so looks like my in-ground planting areas are gonna be a midwest classic.....
I need to post pictures (will start a new thread).
Edited by Greyhound_Gourmet, 02 July 2018 - 11:28 AM.