Strawberry plants are usually considered for new spring gardens in the middle of winter. Cabin fever has set in, and the barren brown or snowy white landscape evokes fond thoughts of green buds springing up from the ground. That is when most would-be gardeners start perusing the seed catalogs or surfing the internet wistfully [...]
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Q: Fall Runners, Spring Strawberries?
On October 9, 2010, Rena asked:
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