Strawberries are sprawling plants. They are relatively easy to grow, and they can fit within small space constraints or fill huge garden plots.
Growing strawberries doesn t require any specialized equipment. And, they can even be grown in a container or pot on a deck, porch, patio, or balcony. Seedlings will send out runners, or daughter plants, which in turn will send out their own runners.
Strawberry cultivars vary widely in size, color, flavor, shape, degree of fertility, a season of ripening, liability to disease and constitution of plant. On average, a strawberry has about 200 seeds on its external membrane. Some vary in foliage, and some vary materially in the relative development of their sexual organs. In most cases, the flowers appear hermaphroditic in structure, but function as either male or female.
Strawberries love sunlight and need full sun to produce the largest yields. The plant prefers a sandy loam that is deep and contains very high amounts of organic matter. Extra compost, peat moss, and some sand or grit can be added to your selected site to create the best environment for growing strawberries. Although strawberry plants need constant moisture to thrive, the plants will rot if left in standing water due to poor site drainage. Constructing a raised bed for the strawberry plants should facilitate better drainage.
It is used for harvesting for its fruits- the strawberries.
In a pot, you will need to water the plant everyday during the summers and can cut down a bit during winters. Make sure this has a drainage hole at the bottom. For trees planted directly in the garden, you an water it once in 2-3 days for it to develop strong roots. Fertilise in the summer season only.
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