We love Strawberries and if you do, you will be excited to learn the many ways that you can grow them at home.
We’ve rounded up the best Strawberry Planter Ideas Pinterest Projects and we have something for everyone. Be sure to scroll our page for all the details and Pin your favorites.
Strawberry Planter Ideas Video
Many think that growing Strawberries is difficult, the reverse is actually true. In fact, it’s quite a simple process. The video we are including features several of the most popular ways.
We highly recommend you view and then continue scrolling to check out the great ideas. Click Play above to watch ^
Strawberry Tower Planter With Reservoir
We thought we would start with one of the easiest and most popular ideas in circulation. This Strawberry Tower has a built in reservoir and couldn’t be easier to make.
You will enjoy a harvest of the juiciest and most delicious strawberries and there is an excellent step by step photo tutorial from the creator. Find details on A Piece of Rainbow.
PVC Vertical Strawberry Planter
Another very popular and unique method is this PVC Vertical Strawberry Planter. This has been another Facebook sensation and it’s easy to see why.
According to the creator of the project Urban Green Space this project can be completed in around 20 minutes. You can use this technique for all sorts of plants. Get your drill out and grab the details here.
Pallet Strawberry Planter
Here’s another of our favorites. This Pallet Strawberry Planter is made using a single Pallet and you can even pop it on wheels so that you can make it fully mobile.
We love the color and it will add a burst of brightness to your yard. Find the full details of this project on 101 Pallet Ideas.
Strawberry Hanging Baskets
Strawberries grow well in hanging baskets. They are ideal for patios and love a sunny spot. Again, they are a wonderful decorative piece that is almost too pretty to eat.
Vertical Strawberry Planter
Another idea that we come across regularly is vertical planting. Going up can save a lot of space and it’s easier on your back too. The site Remove and Replace are behind this featured version.
Again, you can use this method for herbs and all sorts of other vegetables. Find the details here.