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2-3 hours and it is ready to use. Use Strawberry Plant Food for sale as often as you like it is organic therefore
no chemical build up in your soil.

Everyone can grow Strawberry plants for sale even if you are gardening for the first
time . Strawberry plants are fun and easy to grow and should be planted in early
Spring.  If your garden space  is plentiful then plant  the Strawberry plants directly
to your  soil or make a raised bed. If you  garden space is limited there are several
choices for growing Strawberry plants. For example Strawberry plants will grow in a
container or in a hanging pot  or a homemade planter. Furthermore Strawberry
plants can be grown indoors  just find a sunny window or use an artificial light. So
don't let limited space be the reason for not planting Strawberry  plants this Spring.

The first thing to do is search around  your garden for a sunny spot.  If you are
going to have an  indoor Strawberry garden then find a sunny window.  Strawberry
plants will need  6-8 hours of good sunlight and an area  where  there is good
water drainage. Remember Strawberry plants are perennials and will produce for
years.  So find a location that will be permanent. Also be sure  not to plant where
tomatoes, peppers, eggplant and potatoes were grown before.

Now  that you have the location picked out let's  figure out how many Strawberry
plants for sale you will need to plant. A basic "rule of thumb" for planting
Strawberries is 30 plants for a family of 4. Keep in mind that not all the Strawberry
plants will be ready to harvest at the same time. If planting in a container or hanging
basket a 16 inch basket or bucket will hold about 25 Strawberry plants for sale.

Second, gather up the following items : some organic matter (leaf mold and aged
compost), bone meal,  peat moss,  time release fertilizer and some sand. Now it is
time to start digging in the soil. Strawberry plants have shallow roots so just till or
hoe to the depth of 5 inches and add the above ingredients Keep in mind that
Strawberry plants like a  pH of 5.3 - 6.5
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After the soil has been tilled. It is time to prepare the Strawberry plants for planting.
Trim the roots of the Strawberry plants to 4-5 inches  and remove older leaves,
runners and flowers. Soak the Strawberry roots in a bucket of water for 1 hour.
After the time is up take the Strawberry plants  and place the root in the soil so that
the crown is even with the soil. Then fan  out  the Strawberry root and fill in the soil
in between the fanned out parts of the root.  Pat down the soil  with your hands or
use a garden spade. Patting down the soil to remove any air pockets. After all the
Strawberries are planted give them a nice drink of water. Water the plants everyday
 so the soil remains moist but avoid over watering. The soil should be like a damp
dish cloth. An easy "Rule of Thumb" water when the top inch of the soil is dry.

Fertilize once a month till the Strawberry plants start flowering then fertilize
every 10 days till the harvest season is over. The fertilizer should be  high in
potassium -- like tomato feed.
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Hello Gardeners:
My name is Annie Clay Pots. For years  have supplied  gardeners with clay pots for  
planting. Actually gardeners still use them.
But through out years the clay pots have been replaced with plastic  And this demand for
the plastic pots has  forced me into retirement.
And that is OK .

I am  enjoying  retirement .  But more importantly I help Gardeners select the correct size
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Ask Annie :                AnniePots@yahoo.com

Here's My Thought On Growing In Pots:
Clay pots are heavy and they break. As you can see my hands are broken and my elbow is
chipped. A more convenient way to plant in pots is to use plastic. The plastic pots for sale
don't break and can be used season after season.

***  Planting in Pots Gardening Tip:
Get pots for sale large enough so you don't have to transplant later on in the season. By
planting in pots you can move the plants indoors and continue growing many things all
year. For example Strawberries and Comfy, and Tomatoes and Horseradish and Spearmint
make nice house plants.

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all year long.

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