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what to do with Strawberry plants

Never one to put down a healthy plant I willing took some strawberry plants from my friend. He grew them from runners. Its September!! what can I do with them? Will they survive, will they grow, is there any chance of getting fruit from them and if so how should I plant? I don't have a greenhouse or a large home to keep them inside...any suggestions please? flowerhill, slgorey@yahoo.ie, Co Wexford Posted: 07/09/2016

September is a perfect month to plant in good soil in a sunny spot.

Water after planting and one week later. Plant in rows about 40cm between plants.

You will get some fruit next summer and more as the plants grow

 

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