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Strawberry planters diy

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Upcycle a laundry basket to grow strawberries all year + 7 other plants

No excuses you'll grow strawberries from now on, this whole project takes just five minutes from start to finish. It's easy and practical!

People Are Using Dollar Store Laundry Baskets As Strawberry Planters and It's Pure Genius

Man, people are so clever. I wish I was that clever. But until then, I will just take advantage of learning from all of these geniuses amongst us. Take this neat trick for example, People

Terrific Photo Garden Beds landscaping Ideas Since way back when, many people have been growing in raised beds. Since these are only planting bed #Beds #Garden #Ideas #landscaping #Photo #Terrific

Terrific Photo Garden Beds landscaping Ideas Since way back when, many people have been growing in raised beds. Since these are only planting bed #Beds #Garden #Ideas #landscaping #Photo #Terrific

Kein Platz für deine Erdbeeren? Mit dieser Idee sparst du viel Platz und kannsz trotzdem deine eigenen Erdbeeren genießen!

It's Springtime, and my garden is busting out in beautiful vegetables and flowers. See what crops I grow in spring, and enjoy pretty photos!

If you're adding an arbor or sunshade, why not add some built-in planters for strawberries or flowers? It looks great and adds vertical growing space to your garden.

Ready to grow delicious, sweet strawberries in your home garden? These proven tips cover which plants to choose, how to provide the best growing conditions, ongoing plant care, and answers to frequently asked questions.Sometimes you just have to go back to basics to make things work.

This is How My Garden Grows (May 2013 Update)

I have been so busy lately that I have been horrible at weeding my garden, and planting seeds this spring. Thankfully rhubarb doesn't take much care so I already made a rhubarb pie! The raspberries are trying to take over the whole garden area. I've been pulling shoots out of every section lately. The bees are busy pollinating, which is what I like to see! There are already too many berries starting to grow that I can't count them all. :) In the picture, don't mind the patch of dandilions…