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Strawberry plants are a welcome addition to any home orchard gardenStrawberries plantings are easy to grow and require a minimum of space. From as few as 25 strawberry transplants to start a matted row, a berry yield in excess of 50 pounds can be achieved one year after planting. Strawberry runners come along during the second year and can be divided for new strawberry plantings.

Strawberry tip: Growing strawberry plants in open sunny areas as ground covers. Plant in spaces that will not have a lot of foot traffic.

Try to avoid very low-lying areas prone to spring frosts, and you should definitely plan to purchase a white spun bonded row cover to protect open strawberry blossoms from spring frosts and freezes. The same cover may be used for bird control during harvest. Berries not eaten fresh can be readily frozen or preserved.

Besides being an excellent dessert fruit, strawberries are a good source of vitamin C as well as being low in calories.

Greenwood Nursery offers more tips for using strawberries.


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