Perennials & Ornamental Grasses

Multiply strawberries

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So you can enlarge your strawberry harvest

Who doesn't like to eat them for life? When spring comes, most of them are already looking forward to the start of the strawberry season. Those who have their own strawberries in the garden can count themselves lucky because they taste just as good from the garden. If the plants are in a good location, you can even multiply them and have more fruits to harvest every year. That's how it works:

  1. Strawberries are offshoots themselves. These arise from the mother plant at a distance of 10 to 20 centimeters. Roots and leaves form there.
  2. Let the plant grow. When the roots are well set, separate them from the mother plant.
  3. As they are, they can now be placed in their new location. If you want to be on the safe side, you can also put them in small flower pots. Do not put the plants together too closely, otherwise they will take away their living space.

Lots of strawberries are overgrown, which means that whole strawberry fields could be created. If that's too much for you, you won't be able to avoid throwing away young plants or giving them away to your neighbors.

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