Creating a balcony strawberry garden is a delightful and rewarding endeavor. Here’s a guide to help you have a balcony strawberry garden full of fresh and delicious fruit:

Materials Needed:

  • Strawberry plants (either bare-root, potted, or runners)
  • Containers or hanging baskets with drainage holes
  • High-quality potting soil
  • Mulch (straw or wood chips)
  • Watering can or hose
  • Fertilizer (optional)


  1. Select the Right Strawberry Varieties:
    • Choose strawberry varieties that are well-suited for container gardening. Everbearing or day-neutral varieties are often preferred for their continuous fruiting.
  2. Choose the Right Containers:
    • Select containers or hanging baskets large enough to accommodate strawberry plants. Ensure that the containers have drainage holes to prevent waterlogging.
  3. Fill Containers with Potting Soil:
    • Fill the containers with high-quality potting soil, leaving about an inch from the top for watering.
  4. Plant the Strawberries:
    • Plant the strawberry plants in the containers, ensuring that the crowns are level with the soil surface. Space the plants according to the recommendations for the specific variety.
  5. Watering:
    • Water the strawberry plants thoroughly after planting. Keep the soil consistently moist but not waterlogged. Water the plants early in the day to allow the foliage to dry, reducing the risk of diseases.