The strawberry window farm has been up and running for a few weeks, and we have discovered our first ripe berry! I just had to share a photo. If you find previous photos of my window farm, you will notice that I did not opt to follow the instructions provided by this website to the letter. Instead, I modified hummingbird feeders to hold the net cups and plants. They are attached to chains using S hooks. The other day, I decided to replace the original S hooks because they were really too small and rather ineffective. Originally, I wanted to use the S hooks so that I could move the pots up or down to accommodate the growth of individual plants. It was a good idea, but the pots kept falling off the chains and clay pellets and water would tumble out everywhere. This situation was making me batty, so I went shopping for a solution. The original hooks came from the Home Depot. Since they only carry one size at my local store, that is what I bought. But then I found larger S hooks at Wal-mart that were labelled as plant hangers. They are working so much better. Now the pots stay in place when I replace the nutrient solution or work with the plants. My system is doing well, and I couldn’t be happier!