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VIDEO: How To Grow Strawberries On Your Wall!
Images – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9PbIz_QI4V0
Check out this fantastic vertical gardening video tutorial by SocietyofEnoch that shows you how you can plant strawberries (or any type of plant for that matter on your wall. The guy used an Ikea bag holder. It has holes on the sides that makes it easier for the plants to grow. You now have something that looks unique and interesting but provides a functional benefit!
Vertical gardening is a method that has been in use for thousands of years. Ancient Egyptians and Peruvians were among the first peoples who used this idea. In 1938, Stanley Hart White was the first person who made the “green wall system”, but it wasn’t until the late 1980’s when Patrick Blanc turned it into a popular concept.
Vertical gardens are very convenient for people who live in areas where gardens are not very spacious. They are also great for older people who find it more difficult to bend down. Another thing that is amazing about indoor gardens is that you will no longer have to worry about wild animals trying to steal the fruits of your labor.
If you want to grow your own strawberries, here are some general tips:
1. Make sure that your plants are protected from the wind and that they get enough sunlight.
2. If you want to plant everbearing strawberries (like the ones that were used in the video), do this in early spring as this is the best time for them to grow.
3. If you live in warmer areas, plant strawberries during the fall season.
4. Water the plants regularly when young, preferably in the evening. Once they’re established, you don’t have to water them quite as often, unless you live in super dry areas. Keeping them slightly damp but not saturated is ideal.
5. Make sure that your soil contains enough nutrients for your fruit to grow. Add compost to make it richer. A well-drained soil with a pH of around 6.0-6.2 is considered ideal for strawberries.
5. Monitor your plants often for signs of infestation or any threat of diseases.
Okay, here is the video:
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