My small family loves strawberries a little too much. This love affair with strawberries has prompted my mother-in-law and me to grow our own. We started a strawberry garden all excited and hopeful. As they were beginning to bear fruit, we suddenly woke up one morning to find them badly damaged. Some strawberry-loving animals and critters wanted them, too.
Instead of feeling discouraged, we sat down and looked for a way to protect our plants. The best project that we found is this strawberry cage. It provided the protection that we needed while allowing our strawberries to thrive and grow.
This is an easy build. It’ll take less than a day to make one. We have made six cages so far and we’ll surely make some more as we continue to expand our strawberry garden. This worked for us; we’re pretty sure it’ll work for you, too.
- Cedar Timber
- Hardware Cloth
- Heavy Duty Hinges
- Wood Screws
- Measuring Tape
- Table Saw
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Thanks to Gardening Jones for this cool project! Get the full instructions here…