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Planting Strawberries in Large Container

Posted by mzcountrychic TN (My Page) on
Wed, Apr 16, 14 at 15:13

I have a large rubber horse watered that I plan on using to plant strawberries in. It is very large and deep. I have heard that the bottom can be filled with empty water bottles, so as not to use so much potting soil. Anyone have any experience or advice to offer?

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RE: Planting Strawberries in Large Container

That will work or you can also use empty buckets turned upside down . make sure the drain plug is out or drill more holes so the extra water can drain

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