Let me ask you a question: Do you like strawberries? They are delicious, I know. I stopped buying because organic ones are quite expensive.
So when I heard about this genius trick, I was all ears. As you can see, you can easily grow your own strawberries by following the step-by-step instructions below. Looking forward to learning how to do it, right?
Did you know that strawberries are number one on the Dirty Dozen list?
Wondering what it is? Well, it's an annual list of products that contain the most pesticides. Therefore, it is a good idea to buy organic.
This is why I no longer eat what I used to.
But now, thanks to this genius handmade cultivation trick, I may be able to have strawberries in my garden this year. I'm so excited about it.
So okay, how do you do that?
Obviously, it will be very easy once you know how. There are a few things you will need before you get started. First of all, you will need a plastic laundry basket or any basket with holes.
Then you need to get a garbage bag or burlap, some soil, and of course strawberry plants!
Make sure you do not forget it. As I mentioned earlier, if you take organic, it is a healthier choice. You will also need a plastic pipe (PVC) or rubber to place it in the middle of the basket and use it for watering.Now, align the plastic trash bag in the basket and fill it with soil. The best way to do this is to start at the bottom of the basket. Then use a knife or scissors to cut the plastic garbage bag and place the strawberry plant.
You will need to repeat the process to the top. Make sure that the basket is not filled with too many plants. Once you have completed this process, insert the plastic tube.Before doing this, drill a few holes in it so that it passes. It's really very simple.
The final step is to cut off the excess plastic bag or burlap, and you are ready!
You can now start growing strawberries. Jesus Christ! who would have thought that such a thing was possible? Certainly not me! But I'm definitely excited and I can't wait to try it.
Can you believe it?
Why didn't anyone teach me how to do it earlier? I could have homemade organic strawberries all summer. What do you think about this idea? Have you tried it? I hope I do not fail when I try!