Fresh Strawberry Garden

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The best thing about strawberries is that they’re very easy to grow in almost all climates and soils across the United States and Canada—as long as you plant them in a location that gets full sun.

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Don't use fresh manure. Other organic options for fertilizing strawberries.

Shrub Planting

Strawberries grow happily with beans, borage, chives, lettuce, onions, peas, radishes and spinach

Fruit Cutting

should be cut off from where they emerge to concentrate the plant's efforts on fruit production.

Waste Disposal

They rot down quickly in a compost heap – they're a “green” (even when they're red )

Certified Experts

Use only certified disease-free plants from a reputable nursery.

Garden Care

Learn how to plant, grow, and harvest strawberries in your garden .

Why Choose Us

We will teach each process to get good fruit of strawberry

Fastest Work

Learn the best tips to plant and care for strawberries in your backyard garden.

High Skill

Strawberries need at least 8 hours of full sun each day, and they prefer slightly acidic soil with a pH between 5.5 and 6.8.

Clean Work

The goal is to uncover each mature plant, leaving it two inches of growth

Proper Take Care

Strawberry plants need a lot of water when the runners and flowers are developing and again in the late summer

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Questions & Answers

Answering questions about strawberries helps strawberry growers grow in confidence. 

Strawberry plants produce fruits for several years, but production dwindles after two to three years. Root runners from the parent plant to replenish the strawberry bed when the older plants fade.

Strawberry plants grow from ‘runners’ (stems with buds that develop into new plants) that can be purchased from nurseries.

The peak harvesting season in California runs from April through June, when up to 10 million pint baskets of strawberries are shipped daily. The largest producing state, California harvests 83% of the strawberries grown in the U.S. on approximately 24,500 acres.

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