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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Use a large strawberry planter to grow strawberries, herbs or succulents. Planters are available in plastic, terracotta or glazed porcelain. Their design allows several plants to grow in a small area. More »

Care for young strawberry plants by pinching off the first-year blossoms to encourage root growth, clipping off daughter plants to increase fruit production and watering the new plants well, especially during the first y... More »

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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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Grow coffee plants by pregerminating the seeds, planting the seedlings in nursery beds or pots, transplanting the plants once they are at least 8 inches tall, choosing a good permanent location for the plants, watering t... More »

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Daisies typically grow 1 to 3 feet tall. Most are perennials, meaning that they grow back every year. The most popular varieties of daisies are the Shasta daisy, the painted daisy and the African daisy, states The North ... More »

To grow artichokes, cultivate a garden with rich, loamy soil and a generous amount of compost mixed in for drainage, plant the seeds at least 5 feet apart to give them room to mature, fertilize them once per month and ma... More »

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