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  • Abbey Crouch

    Gutter berries! Here's an interesting way to grow strawberries, fill an old rain gutter with soil, plant the berries harvest them as the overhang. Much easier than crawling through Rows of berries on the ground and you won't need straw between the rows! More Gardening Ideas here:

  • Donna Dick Connor

    hanging strawberry garden; grow strawberries from elevated rain gutters.

  • Taryn Heiner

    What a great idea ~ Google "growing strawberries in rain gutter" to see sights with directions ~ this is just a photo, but I LOVE the idea! (seeing this gave me an idea of how to use the space in my backyard for gardening that I can't put plants directly on.)

  • Hailey May

    Grow #strawberries in rain #gutters! #gardening #garden #planting #fruits

  • Sharon Konczak-Weatherhead

    bonus idea: Recycled rain gutters = elevated strawberry planters. (a) Reminds me of that song: "I'm in heaven, this is heaven..." Yumm... (b) Growing strawberries a couple feet off the ground keeps them safe from slugs snails (which will love to munch on 'em if given the opportunity)

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