The key to avoiding problems at harvest time is preventative strawberry pruning in the spring.
Spring had fooled us with its warm weather, right before it dealt us a harsh frost. Learn how to protect your plants from the cold.
Whether you just bought new strawberry starts or you realized you don’t like where your current strawberry patch is growing, this step-by-step guide will help you get your strawberries off to the right start with a proper planting.
The strawberries are getting a new home this year — a raised garden bed made of cedar! This is how I built it, in case you want to build your own.
Spring is nearly here, so now is the time to evaluate my little strawberry patch and decide what needs to be done to prepare it for the coming season.
The morning sun cast a soft light on the gardens here a the Hugger House, and I took a tour to review how everything is doing.
Of course I worry about frost. Will my tender veggies and new blossoms survive a night of cold temps? Will their growth be stunted? Will their flowers not set? Will their fruit production be reduced?