When Is the Best Time to Transplant Strawberry Plants?

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Q: When Is the Best Time to Transplant Strawberry Plants?

On May 24, 2010, Bud Alexis asked:

In all of your excellent information on strawberries, you failed to mention or I somehow overlooked as to the best time to take the runners (stolons) and transplant them elsewhere.  I also want to move the bed somewhere else and need to know the best time to transplant the rest of them.

Answer to: When Is the Best Time to Transplant Strawberry Plants?

Hopefully, you will find the information you need in this post: Transplanting Strawberries.  It also details a transplantation system that is easy to implement and will keep your strawberry plants vigorous year after year.
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2 comments to When Is the Best Time to Transplant Strawberry Plants?

  • Mr. Strawberry

    Mary Tazewell,
    Yes, you should get a full crop next year. Sometimes, everbearing varieties don’t do as well after a transplant as do the June-bearing varieties (from my experience with them). However, if you did transplant everbearers, there is a good chance they will still flower and set a harvest before the first frost this fall, so keep an eye out for any white flowers poking out! Good luck!

  • Mary Tazewell

    I transplanted strawberrie tis year and got no berrie.
    did I hurt them? they are big plants an the leaves have a few spots but I didn’t get any berries? I will be putting some horse poop on it in a few weeks will this help them for next year I have been getting a few berrie every year but I have about 100 plants and haved gotten enough to make jam out of yet? when I transplanted them this year back in late may I put them in 90% sun and a raised bed will all this work pan out for next yr?

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