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Strawberries taste great, are healthy & cost a lot to purchase making them a great addition to your garden.
There are also some unique ways to grow strawberries rather than the traditional in the ground methods.
Keeping strawberries off of the ground is beneficial to reduce rotting or slug damage.
In this post I wanted to share with you ways to grow strawberries in containers or planters, pots or even growing them upside down! You can do this because strawberries create a runner to spread out the plant. Many people need to remove runners once a strawberry patch is full.
The nice thing about growing them in containers is that you can use the runners & move them into a new pot increasing your strawberry pots over time.
Here are some inspiring strawberry growing ideas for you!
SF Gate shows you how to grow strawberries in rain gutters.
Growing Strawberries in baskets by HGTV
Space saving vertical garden from the Owner Builder Network
Vertical strawberry planter by Menards
DIY Strawberry Pallet Planter from Lovely Greens
DIY Strawberry Tower from a Piece of Rainbow
Vertical strawberry gardening from garden photos
Grow strawberries in pvc pipes from Urban Green Space
Hanging Strawberry Planter Box from Foxy Folksy
While we often grow strawberries in the ground, since moving and having meadow vole problems I think trying them out in containers would be a good idea.
Looking for some more great container ideas for gardening?
- Indoor herb garden kits here
- 20 fruits or vegetables for container gardening here
- Grow potatoes in containers or burlap bags
My name is Isis Loran, creator of the Family Food Garden. I’ve been gardening for over 10 years now and push the limits of our zone 5 climates. I love growing heirlooms & experimenting with hundreds of varieties, season extending, crunchy homesteading and permaculture.