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20 - Ever bearing Strawberry Plant $1.75 ea.

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                         Everbearing Strawberry Plants For Sale
Where to buy  Everbearing Strawberry plants near me. Everbearing Strawberry plants produce fruit throughout an entire growing season. The first crop will be early Spring with intermittent crops throughout  the summer and on into fall. Buy many Everbearing Strawberry Plants easy to plant and fast to grow. Enjoy Strawberries from  your garden in the middle of winter when there is none. 
If you're looking for multiple strawberry harvests throughout the growing season, Everbearing Strawberry plants are the variety that you need. These  perennial plants will come back each year, producing larger and larger harvests as the plants mature. For the  best results and the best harvests feed your Strawberry plants Strawberry Tea Food at least once a a week  in place of watering.
Everbearing Strawberries do not not send out very many runners, which means they won't reproduce into a large strawberry patch. This gives you the opportunity to try alternate ways to grow the berries, such as in Strawberry urns or in hanging planters.

How To Plant Everbearing Strawberries:  Which ever way you decide to plant your Strawberries, they have the same basic needs: well-drained soil  that is full of organic matter and at least six hours of sun each day, plus about an inch of water each week.

Strawberries do best when planted early in the spring or fall but not so early that the ground is muddy. Squeeze a handful of soil, then flick the resulting clod with your finger. If it breaks apart like chocolate cake, your soil is ready. If the clump stays together, wait a few days and try again. When the soil is ready, prepare it by mixing in a 3-inch layer of compost, digging it into the top foot of soil. Dig in 10-10-10 fertilizer at the rate of 1 pound per 100 square feet. If you're going to plant the berry plants in urns or other containers, fill the containers and then  moisten the soil and plant.



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