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  • Le LunAnne

    Vertical Strawberry Tower

  • Regina Frangos

    DIY: Build a Strawberry Tower - takes up a lot less room in the garden & holds 90 - 100 plants. - Strawberries have always scared me. I need to build this and learn how to grow strawberries.

  • Mandi Dockery

    DIY Strawberry Tower The base of the structure is a square measuring 27½ inches on each side. Four 63-inch long cedar boards are attached to a central six-foot cedar post to form the pyramidal framework. The ten angled soil-retaining boards on each side range from 9 inches to nearly 26 inches in length, providing space for one plant on the top "shelf", and four plants on the bottom one. The tower accommodates a total of 90 to 100 plants.

  • VisuaLingual

    Strawberry tower holds up to 100 strawberry plants

  • Marci :)

    StRaWbeRrY ToWeR Jan & Michael Gertley thoroughly explained in Garden Structures The base of the structure is a square measuring 27½ inches on each side. Four 63-inch long cedar boards are attached to a central six-foot cedar post to form the pyramidal framework. The ten angled soil-retaining boards on each side range from 9 inches to nearly 26 inches in length, providing space for one plant on the top "shelf", four plants on the bottom one. The tower accommodates a total of 90 to 100 plants.

  • Laura Thomas

    What an awesome way to grow strawberries! Check out this Strawberry tower I spotted on Pinterest!

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