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Strawberries make an attractive ground cover and sweet snack! Photo Credit: Grant Sukchindasathien.
great article with lots of info on growing your own strawberries
strawberries in at least 8inch deep container, full sun
Varieties: June-bearing strawberries are the most familiar. These varieties produce large fruits over a two- to three-week period in June to
find that strawberries are reliable and fairly trouble free (except for keeping birds out).
• consider including strawberries as a ground cover
5. Strawberries. The taste of freshly picked strawberries is reason enough to grow them. Add to that their versatility in terms of varieties for almost all climates and their adaptability to any number of containers, including hanging ones, and you have a plant that can work for almost any gardener
“Strawberry Barrel or other container” — benkarlin
Shades Of Green Landscape Architecture
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way the strawberries cascade...wonder if our window boxes are deep enough?
A strawberry jar is the classic choice for a pot, but strawberries aren’t fussy about outer appearances as long as the container is at least 8 inches deep. If you’re
3. Strawberries. One of the pleasures of growing strawberries in a container is the sight of the berries cascading over the side. Another pleasure is that you can put that container close to where you like
Using Strawberries as a ground cover.
Don't plant strawberries where you’ve recently grown eggplants, peppers
pick a strawberry as you’re relaxing in the garden. For something different, grow strawberries in a hanging container. You’ll have them at eye level while keeping snails and slugs from getting to your crop. A strawberry jar is the classic choice for a pot, but strawberries aren’t fussy about outer a
“depth of container” — tcuyler
Kate Michels Landscape Design
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San Francisco Decorator Showcase 2009: Edible Deck Garden
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strawberries(alpine) and other food in large containers
If you want to try something more exotic, consider alpine strawberries and musk strawberries. The small, highly
alpine strawberries and musk strawberries. The small, highly ornamental alpine varieties are easily grown from seed and produce their tiny fruits all summer long, though as their name suggests, they don’t handle heat well. Musk strawberries, which produce a spring crop only, have a very intense flavor
“zioła” — clina
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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June-bearing strawberry runners that are spreading out of bounds to ensure fewer but larger berries. Feed June-bearing, alpine and musk strawberries plants as they begin to grow in spring with a balanced or low-nitrogen fertilizer; feed more heavily after you harvest. Lightly feed everbearing and day-neutral
set. Strawberries are subject to a number of pests, including aphids, mites, snails and slugs. Strawberry root weevils can be a problem in some areas. Even more of a problem will be birds. Use netting to keep them, and any household dogs or other creatures, away from the developing fruit. They all love
Plant strawberries. It's easy to grow strawberries in your vegetable garden; just give them plenty of sun and a little room to spread out. Great varieties to try are Chandler, Douglas and Sequoia, although your local nursery will be able to give you recommendations for more good choices for your area
“Care: If you're growing the plants in rows, lightly cultivate the soil for two to six weeks (two wee” — Yesel Hyatt
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strawberries a fun and inexpensive choice for ground cover in the 10' setback in front.
Rejuvenation: This is key for June-bearing strawberries.Once the plants have finished fruiting, thin out older, weak or diseased plants, leaving about 6 inches between
remaining strawberries. Mow over the foliage, about 1 to 4 inches above the crown. Spread a layer of soil over the plants and add fertilizer. For all other strawberries, divide the plants in spring.
remaining strawberries. Mow over the foliage, about 1 to 4 inches above the crown. Spread a layer of soil over the plants and add fertilizer. For all other strawberries, divide the plants in spring.
Rejuvenation: This is key for June-bearing strawberries.Once the plants have finished fruiting, thin
“Rejuvenation: This is key for June-bearing strawberries.Once the plants have finished fruiting, thin” — Yesel Hyatt
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Garden Tours
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Strawberries and annuals in a palette
I liked how this homeowner planted this palette garden with strawberries and impatiens to create a practical and lovely display all summer long.
Strawberries and impatiens planted in a palette!
garden with strawberries and impatiens to create a practical and lovely display all summer long.
palette garden with strawberries and impatiens to create a practical and lovely display all summer long.
I liked how this homeowner planted this palette garden with strawberries and impatiens to create
garden with strawberries and impatiens to create a practical and lovely display all summer long.Create Your Own Garden TourAlthough this was the first time I have taken a formal garden tour, I realized I have been making my own tours for years. Even if you don't have access to any formal garden tours locally
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Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
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Love using strawberries as ground cover!
Strawberries as ground cover around fruit trees in backyard
strawberries as a ground cover! leaves apparently stay ever-green and they're winter-hardy. quite pretty!
How to use it. If you’re looking for a ground cover to fill in a sunny patch of ground, strawberries make a good alternative to nonedible ajuga or periwinkle
want strawberry ground cover behind house?
GROUND COVER? Great Design Plant: Strawberries for All
strawberries for a small enclosed walkway
Strawberry plants as ground greenery for decorative beds
ground, strawberries make a good alternative to nonedible ajuga or periwinkle (which also can both become invasive). They also make an excellent replacement for overgrown English ivy or Japanese spurge.If you’re not into sharing fruit with birds and other wildlife, you can use bird netting — wrap a couple
“Jordgubbar som marktäckare” — Patricia Sydlén
Cathy Rosenhaus Garden Designs
In Town Renovation
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Combine strawberries with other edibles, like Italian parsley, lemon verbena and orange pot marigold, for a delightful cottage look
strawberry for ground cover, border, also chives instead of monkey grass
Strawberries are low growing with attractive crowns, making them suitable for the front of a border or as an
Use strawberries as ground cover, tough perennial
Combine strawberries with other edibles, like Italian parsley, lemon verbena and orange pot marigold, for a delightful cottage look. Add plants to all-weather containers by the front door and tuck in cold-hardy pansies and cabbages to welcome the holidays with a little color.
Strawberries are low growing with attractive crowns, making them suitable for the front of a border or as an edging plant for garden paths. The edible front yard is a concept that’s growing as more homeowners want to make their yards more sustainable with organic, fresh-picked produce.Combine strawberries
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