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Cool good luck! Maybe post a photo when its growing :)
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Ok thanks. I've struggle fending off aphids etc.
It seems you can make it from the leaves too yes. Good luck, let us know how it goes if you want! :)
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thank you very much. cool! do post a picture if you end up making a birch handle for it! sounds great.
thank you! That's beautiful too, thanks for sharing! Here's a photo of my own container I made from birch bark too, though I used two plugs of a different scrap wood for the lid and bottom.
thank you very much! :)
thank you :) I really like it too, I wasn't quite sure what to expect as I was making it but it turned out just how I wanted!
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thank you :)
No problem, thank you very much :)
Thank you very much, its a pleasure. Make sure to give the germinating seedlings enough light and heat such as using a window sill to put the pots on.
Thank you very much for the tip! I have also just noted that I got better results of germination from the seeds I removed from store bought strawberries when using a plastic container for the seedling pot, this could be because its quite hot here now and the cardboard seedling pots can evaporate out the moisture far quicker than plastic which contains the moisture much better. Though a few holes should be made in the bottom of the pots of course for drainage. However a different cultivar of strawberry germinated fine in the toilet paper roll pots.
thank you for the information!
Hi, do you use any pesticides?
It should yes :) strawberries aren't that fussy and traditionally they planted directly into the ground of people's gardens. But they do prefer well drained and slightly acidic soil (between ph 5.5 and 6.2).
Thank you! Yes definitely, and there's other berries it can work with too like raspberries, blackberries and currants etc.
It should yes :) strawberries aren't that fussy and traditionally they're planted directly into the ground of people's gardens. But they do prefer well drained and slightly acidic soil (between ph 5.5 and 6.2).
Early spring is said to be the best time to sow strawberry seeds. It depends where you are in the world for what month your spring starts in. Good luck if you try it!
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