There are several different styles of strawberry planters available, with most garden supply stores stocking at least one or two versions. Strawberry planters can be used in gardens, on porches, and in narrow places like fire escapes and counters, for urban dwellers who would like to grow their own strawberries. Once established, these perennial plants will keep producing fruit for years, as long as they are well maintained.
It is also possible to use strawberry bag, a bag with multiple slits for the plants to grow in, as strawberry planters.
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Strawberry bags can be hung, which can be very convenient for people who are cultivating on a small porch or fire escape, and they can also be set on the ground. When using a strawberry bag, gardeners should watch out for excessive heat, which can cook the roots inside the bag and kill the strawberry plants.
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The classic strawberry planters are strawberry pots, sometimes known as a Mexican strawberry pot. This type of planter is often made from terra cotta, in a jar shape with numerous protruding openings. Each opening can accommodate a single strawberry plant, with the vines trailing down the side of the planter. The strawberries are easy to harvest, because they have lots of room to grow, and the pot promotes even drainage and provides space for the roots to thrive.
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Hydroponic cultivation techniques can also be used for strawberries, in which case a regular hydroponic rack or tray can be used as a strawberry planter. For people in cold climates, hydroponics is an especially appealing cultivation technique, because it lends itself well to indoor gardening in climate-controlled spaces.