HOW TO BUILD A PYRAMID STRAWBERRY PLANTER
Here is a unique way to grow strawberries, flowers, herbs, and other garden plants.
A compact, pyramid-
3 ft. planter -
6 ft. planter -
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GROW YOUR OWN STRAWBERRIES!
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"Shelves" keep the soil in. Just fill up the planter with good dirt and pack it down. Instructions
I've tried several types of vegetables and herbs in the towers -
"A friend of mine uses the 3 ft. planter to grow many colorful cacti. A unique way to show off his hobby!
The pyramids make attractive structures for growing your favorite flowers, too. Place one on each side of your driveway.
You can use it as a trellis for climbing plants. Just a few evenly spaced nails and some fishing line is all you need.
How to grow strawberries -
June Bearing Strawberries produce a single crop in June (or early spring), depending
upon the area. You can pick them for about two to three weeks during that time. They
are the largest of the strawberries. These berries produce "runners" and spread over
a large area. If you plant them in the towers you see above, they'll eventually spread
to the ground and produce an area with even more plants. I take the runners and replant
them in adjacent tiers -
Everbearing Strawberries have two to three harvests: June, late summer and early in the fall. These strawberries don't have as many runners and are a smaller berry than the June Bearing berries. Very sweet and tasty! Good for limited spaces. Pinch the flowers until July 1 so the plant can build up energy.
Day Neutral Strawberries produce fruit all through the summer. Just like the Everbearing berries, the fruit is small and doesn't have as many runners. Pinch the flowers until July 1. These plants are also good for limited spaces and grow great in the strawberry towers!
Plant your strawberries in the spring as soon as the soil is dry. Plant them in a