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Growing Strawberries indoors

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How to Start Growing Strawberries indoors ? Find the Right Answer as seen on TV shows... Strawberries can be exposed indoors...

How to Start Growing Strawberries indoors ? Find the Right Answer as seen on TV shows... Strawberries can be exposed indoors...

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  • 1. Growing Strawberries Indoors <click here> to GO Find More as seen on TV shows
  • 2. • When winter hits it's easy to get the blues. Why not try to add a little color to your life by growing some strawberries indoors? The process is easy and it'll help you retain some of the sweet taste of summertime.
  • 3. • Visit a garden supply store and pick up a fairly high quality potting soil, a large plant container, plant fertilizer and strawberry seeds. Red Alpine strawberries grow best indoors, as they are ever bearing with no runners which keeps your indoor strawberry patch more contained and neat.
  • 4. • Fill your container with potting soil three quarters full. Water. Make many finger holes in the dirt. Add a few seeds to each hole. Cover with soil.
  • 5. • Add plant fertilizer diluted to 1/2 strength.
  • 6. • Set your container in a sunny, South-facing window or an enclosed sun porch that receives bright sunlight. Water it plentifully. Fertilize every 10 days with the mixture diluted to 1/2 strength.
  • 7. • Plants bloom with white flowers and then fruit in a few months, and will keep producing flowers and fruit for 3 years. The berries will be small, but very sweet.
  • 8. Growing Strawberries Indoors <click here> to GO Find More as seen on TV shows

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