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    • TERESA Burks

      Growing Strawberries in Containers | Climbing Strawberry Mount Everest © Thompson & Morgan

    • Laurenda Ferguson

      Climbing Strawberry Tower. Inside or outside. I think....YES!!

    • Bryana Kelly

      Growing strawberries in a tower keeps them off the ground, great idea

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