Strawberries are an easy-to-grow perennial that works well in the field or in strawberry grow bags.
Strawberries need well-drained, organic-rich soil for best results. You can use potting soil, but mix it with the soil before putting it in the strawberry grow bag. Hang the strawberry pots in a sunny spot.
After filling and hanging the grow bag, water the strawberries thoroughly until the moisture drains from the bottom of the bag. When growing strawberries in containers, allow the soil to dry out between waterings; strawberries need a lot of water, but if they are left inside, the roots will rot. Wet soil makes the grow bag extremely heavy; hang it on a strong support.
Strawberry plants in containers do not reproduce on their own and must be replaced every 2 to 3 years, making strawberry grow bags more expensive than growing plants in the ground. And, if you don't keep your strawberry grow bags indoors during winter in cold climates, the strawberries will die.
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