If you want to learn how to grow strawberries in rain gutters, then you’ve come to the right place. Growing strawberries in pots is easy, but it is more convenient when you can do so in space-saving rain gutter planters! Not to mention, the flavour of home-grown strawberries can never compare to store-bought strawberries.
Rain gutters can be mounted to the side of decks, or vertically to the side of your house or shed to create a “strawberry wall.” A rain gutter about 4 and a half feet long is enough to grow 3-4 strawberry plants, depending on plant size.
These rain gutters not only keep pests away, but they make for much easier gardening!
You can also use the same concept for growing lettuces and herbs. It saves space and helps you maximize your production output.
A variety of people have devised their own ways to come up with their own rain gutter gardens. You can read all about them with the provided links below:
Let me know in the comments below if you will be exploring these methods of growing bush fruit, herbs, and lettuces this summer! I may just try it out myself, as it seems simple enough, and I love a good homegrown strawberry!