Growing Strawberries Inside: Caring For Strawberry Plants Indoors

by johnah on November 19, 2020

Growing Strawberries Inside: Caring For Strawberry Plants Indoors

The following are some of the benefits of growing strawberries indoors:

1) You can grow your own fresh strawberries!

(You may have heard that they’re not good to eat.) But you don’t need to worry about them being poisonous or anything like that.

They’re perfectly safe to eat if grown properly.

2) You can grow strawberries in the summertime when there’s no risk of frost.

And you won’t have to wait until fall before you get any strawberries at all. That means you’ll have fresh berries every day of the week!

3) You can enjoy eating fresh strawberries year round without having to buy them each time they come around.

4) You can grow strawberries in pots for use as houseplants.

If you want to plant them outside, then you’ll have to take care of watering them and keeping them watered. However, with strawberries grown indoors, you don’t even need to do that because they keep themselves well hydrated through their roots.

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So they’re perfect plants for indoor use!

How To Grow Strawberries Indoors?

There are several ways of growing strawberries indoors. This includes:

1) Growing strawberry plants in containers.

This is the best way to grow them if you want to grow them as houseplants. They’ll be happy sitting in a sunny window all day long and you can keep them watered by simply holding them under a faucet whenever they need it.

2) Growing strawberry plants hydroponically.

This is the best way to grow strawberries if you want to grow a large crop of them all at once. It’s also great because you don’t have to water the plants as much and you won’t have to worry about keeping up with soil that has been mixed with manure.

3) Growing strawberry plants in the ground.

This is the best way to grow strawberry plants outdoors. However, if you live somewhere that gets a lot of cold, then you may want to grow them next to or under your house so they can stay warmer in the winter.

Strawberries are a really fun crop to grow and it’s super easy to do. Plus, now that you’ve read this article, you should have all the background knowledge necessary to get started in growing strawberries right away!

Good luck and happy growing!

Searching for hydroponic strawberry systems?

Take a look at the Santero Self-Watering Planter. We think you’ll like it.

Do you have any questions or comments about growing strawberries indoors?

We’d love to hear from you.

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Sources & references used in this article:

Improved regeneration and transformation protocols for three strawberry cultivars by H Zakaria, GM Hussein, AHA Abdel-Hadi… – GM crops & …, 2014 – Taylor & Francis

Propagation strategies and genetic fidelity in strawberries by SC Debnath – International journal of fruit science, 2013 – Taylor & Francis

Fragaria xananassa: Past, Present and Future Production of the Modern Strawberry by D Fell – 1991 – Running Press Book Publishers

Volatile compounds produced by fungi grown in strawberry jam by J Rubinstein – 2015 –

Growing small fruits in the home garden/935 rev. 1981 by T Nieminen, P Neubauer, S Sivelä, S Vatamo… – LWT-Food Science and …, 2008 – Elsevier



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