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  • 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.)

  • Ann Schade

    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! ✿Like✿´¯`*•.¸¸✿Follow #Budget101✿¯`*•.¸¸♥Share♥ More Gardening Ideas here: http://www.budget101.com/frugal/gardening-landscaping-208/ #Strawberries #GutterGardening #Gutters #repurpose #raingutters #DIY #Garden #Gardening #GrowIt

  • 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)

  • Renée Galyean

    hanging strawberry garden; grow strawberries from elevated rain gutters.

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