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Lisa Filbert Jelle
Lisa Filbert Jelle • 1 year ago

Strawberry Pyramid. Build a pyramid planter for your strawberries. Each hole in the concrete block will hold more than enough soil for a strawberry plant. Wooden pyramid options I've seen waste too much soil under unused space. Once the plants grow in you will have a nice strawberry terrace effect. If you just go up 2 levels, you could fill with dirt and plant root vegetables in there.

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...added brackets to the front and laid a wood plank atop them. They support lightweight fiberglass planters filled with flowers. This would be great on the garden shed.

Sometimes planters are deeper than our plants really need. Filling them entirely with soil is not only costly, it can lead to over watering simply because the plants will not be able to make use of the deep level moisture. Try using aluminum cans and the plastic pots from the nursery to fill space. It saves money and is a great way to re-purpose and recycle.

If you have a huge planter fill it with plastic to save on potting soil.

How to build a Strawberry Pyramid.

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#Repurpose a Dresser as a #Planter I have a dresser that I could use for this.

Cinder blocks instead of wood raised beds. Plus you could plant herbs or strawberries *in* the cinder blocks themselves!