I have for years seen the upside down tomato planting "systems". After years of trying to keep my toms off the ground I thought "Hey why not" so I have saved large plastic landscape pots and will fit them with wire coat hangers so they can hang around the edges of my upstairs decks. I will use the center drain hole as the planting space and block off the others so dirt will not come out when watered. So picture this the pot is hanging as it would stand on the ground an the tom grows out the bottom. Anyone see any potential problems with this plan?? My goal is to be able to bring them in to the plant room when it starts to get cold hence having the same tomatoe plants for maybe up to 2 years in mild winters. So what do you think??