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Strawberry (Chandler) - Woolly Living Wall Planter

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Strawberry (Chandler) - Woolly Living Wall Planter

74.99

Chandler strawberries are bred especially for California, the Carolinas, Texas, Oklahoma and the other southern states. These early midseason June-bearing strawberries are a good choice for fresh pickings of homegrown, bright red, flavorful fruit. Firm, large and beautifully shaped, these berries are especially appealing in fresh fruit trays.

  • Zone: 5-8 
  • Sun: Full Sun 
  • Height: 6-8  inches
  • Spread: 12-18  inches

This Pre-Planted Kit will come with a Planter (8" tall x 11.75" wide) in your choice of color, the best potting soil for your plants, AND the plants described above. 

This planter is made from a hard vented plastic shell that keeps its shape while allowing air circulation for the plants. It is also equipped with a self-watering tank to make watering even easier.

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The plants in this collection are in the Direct Sun light category. To learn more about what that means, click here to view the Successful Indoor Gardening page. 

More about the Planter...

Drip Irrigation

For large installations, we recommend using automatic drip irrigation. 1/4” emitter lines fit inside the watering tank, emitting water evenly down to roots and reservoir. Supply lines hide neatly in the irrigation supply channel located on the left and right sides of every wall planter.  

More about the plants...

Any soil except that which is very sandy may be used for growing strawberries. The very best soil is that which is loose, fertile, and slightly acidic, with a pH between 5.0 and 7.0. Strawberries require a fair amount of nitrogen. Fish emulsion, blood meal,  and cottonseed meal should be given to the plant biweekly in the growing seasons and stopped for three or four months in the winter. This plant does best with a bit of humidity, so you should mist the leaves occasionally, especially in hot weather. Harvest every morning when the fruit is dry. Cut the stalk rather than tugging the fruit away and do not remove the plugs or cores before washing or storing. 

 

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