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planting strawberries in a concrete block wall

I live in Mid Missouri and have a garden that heeds a retaining wall. I am thinking about planting strawberries in the holes if I make the wall out of oement blocks. My garden area gets full sun all day. Will there be a problem with the roots of the getting too hot with the concrete block wall? Is there a better way to plant strawberries without having them in the garden?


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#1 Comment By Downtoearthdigs On 10/06/2015 @ 12:48 am

Yes, you could plant out areas of the block wall. You will need to make sure that you have adequate soil for the plants to grow.
It could be a fun experiment and strawberry plants are quite inexpensive so if the plants don’t do well it would not be a big loss.
Strawberries do well in hanging baskets and pots.
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