Garden By the Bed

In the beginning (Year 2015 ), it was just a table by the window in a bedroom 🙂

How to germinate strawberry seeds in Singapore

March 2015 – We started with one humble table 🙂

SG Strawberries garden by the bed

April 2015 – Then to 2 tables and some hanging pots 🙂

Our strawberries garden by the bed

From cups, strawberries moved to bigger and more hanging pots

How we grow 30 strawberry seedlings in a bottle

How we grow 30 strawberry seedlings in a self watering bottle (From Green Urban Garden Video I think)

 

How to grow strawberries inside apartments

Strawberries started to climb all over the windows!

Indoors strawberries garden in Singapore

September 2015 – Strawberries all over the windows and spilling over 3 tables!!

Indoors strawberries garden in Singapore

Strawberries everywhere 🙂

Growing strawberries in Singapore

Strawberries spilled out of bedroom to the balcony

Year 2016 – 2017 , we continue to fill our home with unique cold zone varieties. As we gained more experience growing them, we challenged ourselves to grow harder but tastier types! 🙂

Small Spaces Gardens

December 15 2016 – bedroom garden

Small Spaces Gardens

December 30 2016 – Balcony

Small Spaces Gardens

Jan 10 2017 – New Window garden out of PET bottles 🙂

Small Spaces Garden

January 11 2017 – My writing corner filled with my favorite plants!

July 16 2017

Growing strawberries in Singapore

Summer’s bedroom

Strawberries from seeds

New Pineapple Strawberries plants

Growing strawberries from seeds

Strawberries seedlings for workshops

Growing strawberries from seeds

Approaching flowering stage

Growing strawberries from seeds

Self learning hydroponics out of juice jars

As you can see, we really love to grow strawberries! 🙂

5 thoughts on “Garden By the Bed

    • Hi Shara,

      When there is no haze, our windows are mostly open to enjoy the breeze. We are growing in our bedrooms where there is good morning sun, else there is not much sun in this apartment. Strawberries love and need sun to bear fruits, otherwise they are just plants, no fruits if no sun. Re outdoors, we only tried from October last year, when the weather here is not too hot. They survived haze and thunderstorms but its more work than indoors as we need to cool the pots with more ice bottles etc. In addition, outdoor has more pests problems.

  1. I love to grow strawberries too. May I drop by to pay you a visit so I can learn more about tropical growing of strawberries?

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