Instead of buying an upside-down planter, make your own and grow upside-down vegetables. Not only is the planter easy to make, it allows you to grow vegetables off the ground and in places that don't have room for a traditional garden. You can move the planters anywhere that you have sun.
Remove the lid from the 5-gallon bucket and drill a 3-inch hole in the bottom. Drill holes in the side of the bucket every 3 inches around the bottom and 3 inches from the bottom.
Use the drill and 1-inch drill bit to make about five holes in the lid of the bucket.
Use an armchair and the two boards to make an open-end table to set the bucket on so that the bottom of the bucket is open and not blocked.
Place the plant greens through the hole from the inside going out to the bottom of the bucket. Gently hold the roots in the bucket.
Add the soil and gently pack around the roots of the plant. Remove your hand and continue adding soil so that the bucket is three-fourths full. Pack down the soil gently as you add soil.
Place the cover on the bucket and water through the holes in the cover. Hang the bucket on a hook by the handle in the proper sunlight.