Grow Your Own Free Strawberry Plants

June is the month strawberries are at their peak here. Everyone goes strawberry crazy! There are plenty of u-pick farms nearby but I have my own strawberry patch in the garden. Since strawberry plants become less productive over time I’m going to propagate new plants so I’ll go on having thriving plants and fresh strawberries. Imagine doing this with your plants to grow your own free strawberry plants.

Grow Your Own Free Strawberry Plants

Grown Your Own Free Strawberry Plants

Author: Elizabeth

I'm a wife, mom, and grandma (known as Bam) who loves cooking, baking, gardening, and all things that go into making a cozy coop for my brood. I have a disability so you may pick up tips on how to do things when some things just don't work right!

24 thoughts on “Grow Your Own Free Strawberry Plants”

  1. Brilliant post and really easy to understand. When I grew strawberries it took a lot of youtube videos for me to finally understand what to do with the runners. This post has really made me want to grow strawberries this year now! xxx

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      1. I have trouble with mice. My garden is fenced in with chicken wire to keep out the rabbits and other vegetable/fruit lovers but the mice have a highway to everything. We need gardens that are surrounded on all sides and above with some kind of clear, impenetrable dome!

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      2. Lol, someone said to me a greenhouse. I think I need a greenhouse! I just couldn’t believe it because I looked at them the day before and nearly picked them then but thought one more day in the sun and they’ll be perfect! Birds obviously thought so too… xxx

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  2. I love planting strawberries! We had 4 plants that produced strawberries every year, and they were getting big! One year unfortunatley we had a bug issue and half of our strawberries were bad. They were pretty small the first two years so they only produced like 20 strawberries all together!

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      1. That’s really great that you have so many! 😀 Haha, I wish my mom’s would take over – that would mean we’d have a ton of strawberries! I really should move some of them though, because a few planted themselves almost in the walkway. XD

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    1. You’re welcome! The plants are actually always making new plants but the runners usually end up rooting themselves wherever the original plants are growing. I need to move some because the strawberries are taking over the garden!

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