Container Strawberry Plants

Better Strawberry Growing Tips


Anonymous added on June 14, 2011 | Answered

I have both 1 year and 2 year strawberry plants growing in two separate type pots. Some are in Topsy Turvy planters and some are in large deck pots. So far, I'm getting a small yield and very sour, but pretty 'Sequoia' berries. I used a mix of Miracle Grow soil, some perlite and peat moss to plant them. Did I mess them up? And what can I do to improve the sweetness of my berries? I don't have any real compost to use. Any other suggestions?


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