Strawberries are the most popular small fruit grown in home gardens. Few things bring back summer memories like the smell and taste of fresh and juicy strawberries.
They are easy to grow and can fit into small spaces.
Space your strawberry plants 12-18 inches apart in the row.
Rows should be spaced 3-4 feet apart.
Set plants in the row with the roots straight down. Care should be taken that plants are set with the middle of the crown level with the top of the soil. Within a week or so, the soil will settle and the soil line should be even with the bottom of the crown. Avoid covering crowns with soil while you
hoe, weed, and cultivate throughout the season.
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