Back in early March I did something a little crazy. I installed gutters our greenhouse and planted strawberries in them. I knew it was possible to grow strawberries in gutters because the man I bought the greenhouse from had them in his greenhouse. But it was February when I first spotted his gutters, and obviously there were no berries growing yet.
So I took his word it would work.
And it did.
This morning I walked out to water the plants in the greenhouse, and guess what I saw. Strawberries. Today is June 4th, I live in Western Washington, and I have a basket full of fresh, homegrown strawberries. Does it get any better than that?
Now, I just have to figure out what to do with my little basket of red gold.
Peace out Girl Scouts, I’m off to play in the dirt.
Go HERE to learn more about how I installed gutters in my greenhouse.
Don’t have gutters? Want to learn more about growing berries in a more traditional way? Check out the book The Complete Guide to Growing Your Own Fruits and Berries: A Complete Step-by-step Guide by Karen Szklany Gault. Amazon has it for sale and it has superb reviews.
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