Summer Crops: How to Grow Strawberries When to plant: In cold-winter climates, plant when the ground can be worked in early spring about three weeks to one month before the last frost date; plant in winter and early spring or fall in warm-winter climates Light requirement: Full sun or partial shade for Alpine strawberries; full sun or partial shade for musk berries
By Heather Rhoades Home grown vegetables are a wonderful addition to any table. But adding them to your diet when you live in a place with limited space can be difficult. It can be done. One option is to add a hanging vegetable garden where the vegetables are grown upside down. But what vegetables can…
How to grow strawberries indoors! It’s strawberry shortcake season, which means strawberry harvesting season. But for those of you with no outdoor space for gardens, fear not—you can plant, weed, and harvest all from the comfort of your own home. From Fresh Food from Small Spaces by R. J. Ruppenthal
Growing strawberries in a tower keeps them off the ground. Love this idea, have done something similar in the past and had so many more strawberries, insects didn't get to them. I want to try this tower. I thought I'd plant Strawberries from the upside down tomato planters this yeas to keep the sluggs out of them. But I think I'll order some of these climbing ones as well.