Category Archives: Strawberries

Growing Strawberries

I want to try growing day-neutral everbearing. Have you ever tried raising them? Summer Crops: How to Grow Strawberries Houzz– Kitchen, Bathroom and More » Browse Accessories And Decor on Houzz- For Example: Candles And Candle Holders · Fireplaces · Holiday Decorations · Mirrors · … Continue reading

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Strawberries – So What’s Not to Love?

They’re easy and versatile, they flower in spring, fruit spring and summer, and have green leaves all year round (well, at least here in North Carolina). I created my strawberry patch two years ago on my dad’s birthday. Two years … Continue reading

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Strawberries Everywhere!

    Last night, I picked a pint of strawberries! These are the sweetest, juciest strawberries I’ve ever eaten!           It’s hard to get a photo of how many berries are in the field since they’re … Continue reading

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Tubers in the Strawberry Plants?

Does anyone know what this is?     These tubers suddenly appeared in 2 of the strawberry plants. ??

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Eatin’ from the Garden!

    Only May 1st and this was our garden harvest.   Lettuces, spinach, onions, all the herbs you could want and tons of strawberries! Ummmmmm….

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Regrowth from Last Season!

We had such a mild winter that everything survived. The only herbs that died were the basil and tomatoes (do tomatoes count?). In the garden, besides what I’ve planted, from last year onions and potatoes are already coming up. Here … Continue reading

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Strawberries

Do you get many strawberries from your efforts?  I planted strawberry plants last season and have averaged about 3-4 berries per plant.  Actually, bugs and birds have gotten them… Any other plant, I’d have ripped them up and tossed them … Continue reading

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