This is part of my slug-proof garden. By using containers, I'm able to sprinkle slug bait (not poisonous to other critters) around the base of the containers. So far, the slugs have stayed away, although some winged plant-munchers obviously aren't staying away.
This is a Topsy-Turvy tomato grower. The idea of hanging a tomato plant from a roof's edge sounded like a way to avoid slugs - which is always my first consideration in planting anything here in the slug haven of the planet. So far, the slugs have stayed away, and even though the plant doesn't have any blossoms on it yet, I'm still holding out hope that I might get some tomatoes this summer.