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Guelph man draws international attention for upside-down tomatoes
Guelph - Nestled in a neighbourhood where the first Canadian Prime Minister, John A. MacDonald, once owned land lies a not-so-secret urban back-yard paradise where upside-down tomatoes grow.
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Mark and his gardens. Behind him are the hanging buckets with upside-down tomatoes.
The McAlpine back yard, an urban oasis.
Mark McAlpine and some of his upside-down tomatoes.
One of the McApines' cats by the pond.
Mark's garlic, artichokes, peppers. In the background, to the upper right, you can see hanging containers with upside down tomatoes planted.
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