What is the best way to make an indoor strawberry planter?
More specifically, one for a small residence with limited space? A friend's elderly mother loves strawberries (she grew up on a strawberry farm) and wants one, but she has a very small apartment. Any ideas? Thanks!
1) Fill a jar, or a cup, with soil. 2) With a sharp toothpick pluck seeds off of strawberries and scatter onto top of soil. 3) Fill a second cup about a third of the way with water and add 2/3 hydro. peroxide to the water. Stir with toothpick. (The HP is natural oxidizer.) Keep this mixture separate, perhaps with a lid on it. Then about every other day dip a toothpick in the HP/water mixture and drip it over the seeds to help them grow. 4) Do not overdo watering. Once the seeds have sprouted, only water about once per week. 5) Keep jar in warm spot to receive sunlight and help them sprout. 6) When they are large enough, there are your strawberries!
What is this plant growing among my strawberries?In the process of pulling weeds from my strawberry garden, I discovered strange plants intermingled among the strawberry plants. When I pulled on the strangers, they came...