How to Grow Organic Strawberries Year-Round Indoors

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Due to the easiness with which they are grown and the speed with which they fruit, strawberries are becoming increasingly liked by gardening enthusiasts around the world.

On top of that, strawberries don’t require a lot of soil for plantation and they can adapt and grow anywhere, both indoors and outdoors.

So, if you have ever thought about growing your own strawberries you have no more excuses not to do so.

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What do you need (ingredients):

  • A strawberry plant
  • A pot to plant in
  • Planting compost

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How to prepare it (preparation):

Go to your local store and buy an organic plant. Put the plant in some water for around 60 minutes before planting.

Take a pot, but make sure it is a drain-able pot, and fill half of it with soil. Plant your strawberry plant by making sure its roots are facing downwards and that you cover it well up until the green of the plant.

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Add more soil until you reach the last two inches of the pot. Water it and place where it can get enough sun exposure, at least for a quarter of the day.

However, make sure that you do not over-water it by putting your fingers in the dirt and checking how deep the water goes, it should be no more than one to two inches.

Tips:

  • To make sure the whole of your plant is properly exposed to the sun, make sure you turn your plant two times a week.
  • When you water it, never do it during nighttime, and never overdo it.
  • Since the strawberry plant is one of the earliest fruiting plants, you can pick your strawberries whenever you feel that have ripened enough.

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