How is strawberry grown in pots?

In a container garden, strawberries thrive in warm, humid conditions. These are the procedures for cultivating strawberries in containers:

Go ahead and pick a pot: Pick out a container that's at least 12 inches in width and depth and has adequate drainage holes.

  • To plant, fill the container with potting soil that is damp but not soggy.
  • To get the best results from growing strawberries in containers, select compact, trailing, or dwarf varieties like 'Alpine' or 'Tristar.
  • Put the strawberry plants in the pot, leaving about 8-10 inches between each plant. Ensure that the roots are buried beneath the soil and that the crown of the plant is just above the soil line.
  • After planting, give the strawberries a good soaking, and then continue to water them regularly so that the soil is always moist but never soggy.
  • Put the container somewhere that receives at least six hours of daily sunlight.
  • It is important to fertilize the strawberry plants every two to three weeks with a balanced, water-soluble fertilizer so that the plants can thrive and produce fruit.
  • If you want your strawberries to keep producing after they've started to ripen, you need to pick them frequently.

With these instructions as a guide, you can harvest your own potted strawberries and enjoy their sweet, juicy flavor.


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