7 Tips for Growing Strawberries in Containers

7 Tips for Growing Strawberries in Containers

If you are ready to have fresh strawberries at your fingertips, here are 7 tips for growing strawberries in containers so you too can enjoy success.

Grow strawberries in small spaces with this project tutorial on how to build and plant up a better Strawberry planter using a single wooden pallet #gardening

Grow strawberries in small spaces with this project tutorial on how to build and plant up a better Strawberry planter using a single wooden pallet #gardening

How to plant a terracotta strawberry pot. Step by step instructions with pictures to planting a strawberry pot with holes in it via www.daviddomoney.com

How to plant a terracotta strawberry pot. Step by step instructions with pictures to planting a strawberry pot with holes in it via www.daviddomoney.com

Flowers aren't the only plants you can grow in containers. Growing strawberries in containers is easy and an fun way to interest and color to a small space.

Growing Strawberries in Containers

Flowers aren't the only plants you can grow in containers. Growing strawberries in containers is easy and an fun way to interest and color to a small space.

How To Grow Strawberries In Containers -- learn all about planting and growing strawberries in pots... Perfect for growing berries in colder climates! | via @unsophisticook on unsophisticook.com

How To Plant and Grow Strawberries In Containers

How To Grow Strawberries In Containers -- learn all about planting and growing strawberries in pots... Perfect for growing berries in colder climates! | via @unsophisticook on unsophisticook.com

For more berries, you should make sure to replace your entire bed after 3-5 years. Once the strawberry plants are older than five years, they start to decrease in productivity. By replacing your beds the younger plants will be able to take over and produce lots of new strawberries.

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For more berries, you should make sure to replace your entire bed after 3-5 years. Once the strawberry plants are older than five years, they start to decrease in productivity. By replacing your beds the younger plants will be able to take over and produce lots of new strawberries.

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