This is a reminder for Darcy known on here as westhamutd to let me know when the strawberry plants are ready, Thanks Frank
If you are talking about strawberries from South Seminole nursery they are in.
Mine are in the ground!
I got my strawberry plants from South Seminole Farms on Monday afternoon, too, but couldn't plant until this morning. I kept them in the bag in the fridge and put them into a bed I'd already prepared. They're mulched with landscape fabric covered with pine straw. The leaves are a bit wilted. I'm hopeful that they'll make it. Orlando-Dave, how are your plants doing?
I am starting to see some new growth emerging from the brown crisp that was the original plant. I was ready to play taps for them and then saw the new growth.
Not sure if they will survive and if so how many but I at least have some hope now! This is my first year trying them so I was not sure what to expect.
How about yours?
This was the first summer i had plants survive.Was really surprised as they are "Ozark Beauty Guess I'll add some more as 3 plants won't amount to much lol
Think I'll wait a bit longer to put them out in full sun . Toasted them last year. I had quite a bit of fruit last year much enjoyed by the squirrels lol gary
Most of mine are putting out new leaves. A squirrel dug one up, but most look like they'll make it.