To grow strawberries, plant the berries in loose, well-draining soil that has been amended with fertilizer, and provide the plants with 1 inch of water each week. Place a net over the plants until the plants are establis... More »

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Strawberries grow on plants 6 inches to 3 feet tall and approximately 18 inches wide. The plants first produce flowers that are pollinated by insects. Once pollinated, the flower forms fruit that protects and nourishes t... More »

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The proper way to care for strawberry plants is to not let them bear fruit in the first year and to arrange offspring daughter plants in a 9-by-9-inch spaced row system. Strawberry plants require full sunlight and mildly... More »

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To care for roses, provide plenty of sunlight and fertile soil, water the plant an inch every week, provide fertilizer and mulch, and prune the plant when necessary. Growing roses is not difficult, but they require regul... More »

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Grow bananas by choosing a good location, planting at the right time, preparing the soil, watering the plant well, adding fertilizer and wrapping the plants during the winter. You need water, fertilizer, compost, well-dr... More »

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Weeding and lightly watering strawberries throughout the summer allows the plants to produce berries during the warmer fall months, and clipping all except three runners from each plant ensures more berries. To save spac... More »

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Once established in the garden, hydrangeas only need fertilizer once or twice per year, a layer of mulch to hold in moisture and water in the summer months, if rainfall is less than 1 inch per week. Hydrangeas come in nu... More »