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Q: When to Transplant Hood Strawberries?
On July 25, 2010, Nancy McAuliffe asked:
I’ve been reading the articles on your website. I have Hood strawberries. It is the last week of July, and I want to move them to other beds. It is best to move the whole plant, wait for the runners and plant them, and/or mow the bed at this time. Thanks for any help.
Answer to: When to Transplant Hood Strawberries?
Thanks for stopping by Strawberry Plants .org! My recommendation would be to wait another month or so and transplant them in late August. This page may be of assistance and may help you accomplish the task successfully: Transplanting Strawberries. Also, for a summary of year-round strawberry care that is broken down into monthly tasks, see the Monthly Growing Strawberries Guide. And, of course, for the most comprehensive and detailed information, be sure to visit the Growing Strawberries reference page.
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