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    Put strawberry plants in concrete blocks edging a garden.

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    Cement Block Planter maybe for under the deck?

    Stacked cinder blocks have readymade compartments that are ideal for a variety of plants. You can stack and build them to create a wall or fit a custom space.

    How To Mulch Around Plants Properly... my landscaper taught me this looooong ago: do NOT place mulch up against any tree trunk or plant main stem!!! it allows the bugs and diseases to attack the trunk in a completely protected area. Leave approx. 3 in space....

    Cinder block raised bed Cattle pen trellis.

    Growing strawberries in rain gutters off the ground. AWESOME

    Remove the runners and Get a Ton of Organic Strawberries! (From Whole Lifestyle Nutrition) #gardening #lifehack

    Cinder block garden. Wouldn't rot like wood. Hmmm...

    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.

    Awesome and easy to make

    Cinder blocks

    diy strawberry planter

    How to make a cinder block raised garden with color!

    Cinder Block Planter

    pretty - cover cinder block raised bed with thinset mortar + stone veneer

    Grow potatoes in a bag.

    Growing Strawberries in the Gutter- Drill a few drainage holes in gutters, attach to top of a fence, plant your strawberries. Click PIC for more how-to info. Click this link for helpful info on growing strawberries: www.doityourself.... .