Added by on 2018-03-31

Imagine biting into a fresh, juicy, sweet strawberry. Anytime that you want! It’s ideal, isn’t it? Strawberries are one of those fruits that just screams “summer.” Please your taste-buds, while making the most of your tiny yard and garden space. Try one of these vertical DIY ideas for growing strawberries! DISCLAIMER: The materials and the information contained on Natural ways channel are provided for general and educational purposes only and do not constitute any legal, medical or other professional advice on any subject matter. None of the information on our videos is a substitute for a diagnosis and treatment by your health professional. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health provider prior to starting any new diet or treatment and with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. If you have or suspect that you have a medical problem, promptly contact your health care provide. Image Sources/credit www.wikihow.com canstockphoto.com www.pixabay.com Pinterest.com Video Rating: / 5 Planting a lettuce tower is a great way to grow a lot in a little space and is a quick, simple and inexpensive way to grow your own food. For this project I’m repurposing one of my strawberry crate towers by filling it in with lettuce seedlings, but you can also built it from scratch. It will be so much fun to harvest a fresh salad in just a few weeks! Support my YouTube channel when you shop on AMAZON – click (and bookmark) this this link before shopping: http://amzn.to/2jkTRxK. Supplies used for this project: (some are affiliate links – I make a small commission when you order through these links and its helps me keep the garden content coming!) 1. Lettuce Seeds: Black Seeded Simpson, Paris Cos Romaine, Bronze Mignonette: 10% off through this link, migardener.com/calikim29. 2. Plastic Crates: […]

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

*

 

27 Comments

  • osmmanipadmehum 1 month ago

    pvc may have bpa

  • cathy Larson 1 month ago

    THIS MESSAGE IS FOR WHOEVER DID THIS VIDEO!!!!!!! IF YO CARE ABOUT PEOPLE, YOU NEED TO DO SOME RESEARCH ON THE CANCER CAUSING AGENTS FROM PVC PIPES!!!!!!!! EITHER TAKE THIS VIDEO DOWN, OR REDO IT, OTHERWISE YOU ARE KNOWINGLY PUTTING INFORMATION OUT THAT COULD KILL PEOPLE, DO YOU WANT THAT ON YOUR CONSCIOUS? JUST SAYING!

  • 007Chakochi 1 month ago

    It is all over the place instead of giving one good advice

  • Manh Do 1 month ago

    yes every video start with believe it or not , for you who don't know :v

  • xvx4848 1 month ago

    PVC leeches tons of chemicals into food. Horrible idea.

  • D Sicilia 1 month ago

    Pvc is cancerous

  • Tanja Petties 1 month ago

    Im willing to put the women's power into buliding this the only issue Mother Natures little critters will eat them before i can be amazed at what i thought to be a bountiful basket of strawberries

  • farah's Garden 1 month ago

    good idea

  • lithi 1 month ago

    This channel is like an audio book for pinterest

  • Deepa Pai 1 month ago

    Love this idea. I am going to plant with my son. How to water the plants in the bottom crates? does water passes through the liner?

  • Could you also stack them diagonally?

  • Oh my gosh! You look just like my cousin with dark hair! BTW, she's beautiful on the inside as well as the outside.

  • NOUR EID 1 month ago

    Hi …I'm from Egypt and I've been following your videos for a while and I do have a problem with my seeds growing can I have your help please??

  • Ronald Feuerstein 1 month ago

    Thanks again Miss Kim.. Never tho of putting my lettuce in with my strawberries… How did it all turn out?

  • Paul yates 1 month ago

    what a great idea who would have thought to do that cant wait to see the reults

  • jackie littlefield 1 month ago

    kim that's a great idea never know you could plant lettuce with strawberry.s I well have to think about that in the spring I always thought strawberrys would take over

  • Nirma Kumari 1 month ago

  • choices gaming sm 1 month ago

    I love strawberries

  • Cidtalk 1 month ago

    CaliKim, thanks for always being so enthusiastic and informative! I love your videos, and all the gardening education I get. You mention the worm castings and tea and other things you do that help your growing beauties, but would you consider a video that covers several things you have tried that did not prove to be as productive or that you personally just didn't really like using? Thanks again!!

  • PrettyAliceMoon 1 month ago

    When do you first plant your lettuce seeds?

  • I am in No. Calif. and have strawberries called Albion. I was looking for more space and my eyes landed on a nice, sunny spot of fence. I bought an item called Living Wall Planters. I was checking the internet and fount some on houzz.com that are about the amount I paid a couple years ago from another site. They list four for $59.99. They are made from recycled milk bottles. You could grow many different things in them. I wanted strawberries. I also tried to save my bell peppers this year as you suggested. I cut them back and moved to a more sheltered location outside. I packed some dry leaves on top of soil and then placed a bit more soil to hold down the leaves. So far so good. Thanks!

  • SantaAnaRoadWildman 1 month ago

    Thanks Kim! That filled out nicely! I got the lettuce types you planted but I missed what strawberry varieties you have? They must be year-round or everbearing?

  • Rene Mace 1 month ago

    Is there a Good dirt discount code?

  • Rene Mace 1 month ago

    smash them or whack them with your shoe

  • scott engle 1 month ago

    where did you get the hook tool pls

  • Lester Exton 1 month ago

    nice tower, I like the lettuce addition . great video.

  • Big Papi 1 month ago

    Nice! When in doubt go vertical. I can't tolerate store-bought lettuce. Every time I drive through the Salinas Valley there are aircraft spraying something pretty stinky over the head, romaine and butter lettuce fields. The beautiful heads in the supermarket must be 90% pesticide.