★ How to: Grow Strawberries from Seed (A Complete Step by Step Guide)steemCreated with Sketch.

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Today's Project Diary Video I will be showing you how to grow Strawberries from seeds using a left over Strawberry. I was very successful using these simple tips and now have around 12 healthy Plants with more still growing.

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You can harvest your own seeds from a ripened fresh Strawberry fairly easily. There are many ways to remove the seeds from the Strawberry and you can even plant the whole fruit but each Gardener has their own techniques.

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As you can see above, the Seedlings don't take very long to germinate and you'll have your own fresh homegrown Strawberries by the end of the year. Just remember that going them from seed won't guarantee you the same tasting fruit as the parent plant but sometimes they're even tastier. For a full how to video please see the bottom of this post.

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So you really can grow them from seed! I occasionally got strawberries which seemed to be sprouting from the seeds while they were still on the strawberry and on the plant. I tried planting them, but no luck.

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Indeed! You're not guaranteed the taste but it's worth trying as you can grow so many plants from one Strawberry

Very interesting !) @projectdiaries

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Good stuff @projectdiaries, I have struggled with strawberries in the past. I heard from my friend that I did an interview with that he prefers day neutral and LOTS of phosphorous to make them really explode in growth.

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Indeed. You really wanna stay away from Nitrogen as it will just promote more greens than fruit :)

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Yup. Learned that the hard way! Next season I'll be getting those juicy fruits ;)

P.S. Was inspired to rewrite up my plastics guide by you. Mentioned your pallet guide in the article!

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Good to hear! Let me know when you post it :)

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It's up!

Its look like microgardeing in home love it

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I'm glad you enjoyed my article :)

This is very interesting. I really want to have strawberries in our garden..

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Give them a try. It's very easy :)

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I will surely try. Thanks for this.

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You're welcome :)

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Thank you @hatemelpop. I am now following you :)

Nothing like having your own strawberries growing in your garden. Nice post.

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Thank you! They taste so good!

Very good fruit I am a farmer from Morocco @bakabou159704

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Oh wow! That's amazing! What are your main crops?

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Me too! I've only been using this site for just over a week. Follow people you enjoy and upvote peoples posts. It's really good fun. Welcome to Steemit :)

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Fascinating publish - thanks . Should be terrifying to possess this situation. Followed.

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Thank you @orhun. I'm glad you enjoyed my publish :)

Thanks for sharing the info. I really like the way you separate the seeds for the fruit. And using the back of the spoon is pretty clever. I will be checking your future works.

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Thank you! I'm glad you like my technique and video. :)

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Good article, and so educative.

Sadly, strawberries don't grow here, and I'm hungry looking at this pictures 😢😢

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I'm sorry to tease you with such juicy fruit. Where are you from?

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I'm from Nigeria

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No chance of a cold spell there but you can grow other amazing fruits that we can't in England :)

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Yeah! That's true

Interesting @projectdiaries would I have to move the plant into a bigger pot after or do you keep them in those?

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Strawberries are heavy feeders so you'll either need to fertiliser regularly or move to a larger container

Got to try this. Thanks.

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You're welcome! Let me know how you get on. :)

I'll check it out as the strawberries are good this year. Thanks for the post, following you.

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Thanks for following :)

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My pleasure

Your doing great @projectdiaries

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Thanks @bien :)

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Your welcome my friend..

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I'm not sure I understand your question?