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Old September 24, 2022   #1
rockman
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Default Everbear Strawberries

Tried these berries for the first time. Put 4- 10" pots on deck, 3 plants per pot. Still getting berries. Put empty pots beside the the berrie pots. Rooted many runners and planted them in a patch. It's so nice picking from the deck. Water about every 3 days. The nursery kept their runners cut off to improve their crop. I wanted to start an everbear patch so let them grow. Now I would like to winter over the pots. Should I bring the pots in the garage where it never freezes, or put the plants outside in the ground then re-pot in the spring? I just want to be sure I have plants for the deck next spring, the plants in the patch will be a bonus. thanks rockman
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