21 Creative DIY Strawberry Planters for Small Spaces

DIY Strawberry Tower With Reservoir
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If you want to grow your own delicious strawberries, you need a good planter for them. Where to get one? How to make one? Here are our favorite DIY strawberry planter ideas.

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DIY Strawberry Planter Using a Laundry Basket

Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits in this world. Growing them fresh has always been something I wanted to do but I thought it required a lot of space and a planned garden. Not anymore.

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How to Grow Strawberries Horizontally

Learn how to grow grow strawberries horizontally! The secret to growing strawberries made easy starts here! Detailed pictures and video to guide you.

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How to Make a Strawberry Pyramid Planter

The best strawberries you’ll ever taste will have to come from your own garden because fully ripened, home-grown strawberries have a rich, aromatic flavor unmatched by anything you can buy in the supermarket. Strawberries are easy to grow, but can take up a lot of room when planted in a traditional “strawberry patch”.

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How to Grow Strawberries in a Planter Pot

If you want to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long, just follow these simple tricks for a healthy, productive plant!

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How to Build a Vertical Strawberry Planter

A vertical strawberry planter is a great solution for those who don’t have much place in their homes. This is your opportunity to have all those fresh, tasty strawberries to eal, all made in your own home.

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DIY Vertical Strawberry Planter from Recycled Pallet

Vertical Strawberry Planter from One Single Recycled Pallet for small space or garden bed gardening.

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DIY Rain Gutter Strawberry Planter

Strawberries are delicious, they are one of the easiest to grow. But Growing strawberries also can be a challenge. Not anymore.

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How to Make an Easy to Water Strawberry Pot

Have you ever freshly planted a beautiful batch of strawberries in your strawberry pot, only to find that they’re practically impossible to water? Watering through the opening on the top only hydrates the top layer

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How to Make a Sleek Tiered Strawberry Planter

How to Make a Sleek Tiered Strawberry Planter
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Make this super simple planter in an afternoon.

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How to Make a Strawberry Pallet Planter

How to Make a Better Strawberry Planter using Pallet Wood.

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DIY Strawberry Planter Container

Make your own strawberry planter using simple materials like wood panel or decking planks and no special tools required. It is that easy.

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DIY Tiered Strawberry Planter

This DIY tiered strawberry planter project is perfect to create your vertical strawberry garden. It has 3 raised tiered planters, great for small space!

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Strawberry Planter Plans

Strawberry planters are available at nurseries and by mailorder, but by building your own, you’ll save money and have a high-quality container that’s custom-made for your garden space. Planting strawberries in planters tames their slightly invasive nature and simplifies maintenance tasks. Planters are available in a variety of designs, from simple boxes to raised beds.

Make sure to follow the guide here.


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DIY Strawberry Tower with Reservoir

Make an easy DIY strawberry tower with a built-in reservoir, using recycled materials! This productive vertical strawberry planter can grow 48 plants in 2 square feet, great for patios and small space! Lots of tips and 5 lessons we learned from last year!

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Dug Out Strawberry Planter

I had brought home some remnant 6×6 lumber from work that I had planned to use for firewood. However, the cold snap we were in gave way to some rather nice Oregon spring weather and I decided I could find a more useful purpose for the 6″x6″x2′ block.

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Easy Watering Strawberry Planter

We English love our strawberries and cream… Strawberries are incredibly easy to grow and are technically not berries. The summer is coming and now is the time to plant them! (Yes now!) Strawberry planters are great for several reasons.

Make sure to follow the tutorial here.


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Simple Vertical Strawberry Planter

I have had great success with those hanging strawberry planters, but they only last 1 or 2 years. I’ve also had success stacking the pottery strawberry planters. After remodeling my home lab I had some bamboo interlocking flooring pieces left.

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Strawberry Pallet Planter

For this project you will need the following materials: – A suitable pallet as described in the next two steps – A hand-saw or jigsaw – Electric drill or hammer – Two sizes of screws and nails – approx. lengths 4 cm (1-1/2″) and 8cm (3″)

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Strawberry Planters from Pool Filters

As a terribly cheap person, I normally don’t like anything made of plastic, but as a gardener, I am always on the lookout for free planters. When I saw these old pool filters in the trash I just couldn’t resist finding a way to use them in my garden.

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Hanging Strawberry Planter

Make a strawberry planter out of excess materials around the house. I used a bucket, some leftover 1 1/2″ PVC pipe, some small chain, and some silicon caulking. First, cut the PVC pipe in alternating 45-degree miters(as shown in the pic).

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Build Your Own Vertical Strawberry Planter Fast Version

Laura from Garden Answer shows us how to make vertical strawberry planters. She walks us through step by step, showing what materials to use.

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