How to Construct Raised Garden Beds : Planting Strawberries in Raised Garden Beds

February 3, 2011 by Mario  
Filed under Gardening Tips

How to plant strawberries in a raised garden bed; get professional tips and advice from an expert on growing your own plants and herbs in this free gardening video. Expert: Travis Steglich Bio: Travis Steglich is the owner and operator of the Steglich Feed and Farm Supply Store. Filmmaker: MAKE | MEDIA

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8 Responses to “How to Construct Raised Garden Beds : Planting Strawberries in Raised Garden Beds”
  1. beetlebomb1 says:

    Strawberries are typically NOT shade plants. They like the sun very very much and need to have good access to it year round if possible.

  2. Crowbane404 says:

    you really didnt look at hoe long ago the comment was posted did ya

  3. WoundedEgo says:

    If the strawberry is a hybrid, the plant wont’ grow true from seed. There is no telling what you will get.

    The plants multiply like crazy so leave room for them to fill out and spread out.

  4. WoundedEgo says:

    The first year you won’t get much. You might want to just pluck off the flowers so the plants concentrate on rooting and such. The second year, if they are everbearing, pluck all flowers before July. Feed them Potassium, not Nitrogen.

  5. Crowbane404 says:

    the seeds are on the outside of the fruit, the little dimple things. and to harvest just get a few strawberries to mature and die,dry them out them shake of the seeds, shazam strawberries

  6. skillerhuge says:

    I do know this, you can grow them indoors, i also wondered how you get the seeds to… maybe it is the little ones on the outside?

  7. KARStarla says:

    Great video! May I ask how you would harvest strawberry seeds from the strawberry?

    Also, what is the “typical” yeild of a strawberry plant, I ask that only to get a general idea concerning how many to plant.

    Also, can I grow them indoors?

  8. skillerhuge says:


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