• Becky Thompson

    Definitely will do this THIS YEAR! YAY! 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 make a border of blocks and don't terrace out the center, fill it with soil to plant some herbs or veggies. -

  • dee wallace

    strawberry pyramid or herb garden idea

  • Carmen Oleson Smith

    Strawberry planter w/ cinder blocks

  • Nicole Robertson

    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. ...also good for an herb garden, etc.

  • VeraLyn Wall

    Strawberry Pyramid from cinder blocks, Herb Garden

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