Introduction: How to Plant a Strawberry Patch: Building a Garden From Scratch Video Series: Part 2



Planting an Organic Strawberry Patch
Whether you have lots of open space or live in an urban environment, planting a strawberry patch is possible. The first thing you need to do is decided where you will plant the plants. Till a piece of land, build a raised bed, or simply plant in a hanging pot.  My medium is a 5x4 plot, which I tilled and mixed in a lot of organic compost. This video shows the process I went through while planting the strawberry plants. This process can be extracted to fit your personal gardening space.

Materials:
-strawberry plants: 6-7 strawberry plants will feed one person
-soil
-gardening space: plot, raised bed, or container garden

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jackoftheforest (author)2014-05-22

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