How Do You Transplant Everbearing Strawberry Plants?
If you have had a small everbearing strawberry patch for several years then you may have noticed that some areas no longer have any strawberry plants. You may have also noticed that there are now everbearing strawberry plants growing outside of the place you designated for the strawberry patch. This is because strawberry plants send off runners to multiply. It isn’t difficult to dig up the plants outside of your patch and move them into the vacant areas. If you do it early in the spring then they should still produce strawberries for you this summer. Remember, you need to pick the strawberries when they are ready on an everbearing plant if you want it to keep producing. How do you transplant everbearing strawberry plants? Remove the weeds that have found their way into your everbearing strawberry patch over the fall and winter months by pulling them out. Try to pull the roots out with the weed by grasping the weed plant firmly as close to the ground as possible and pull up. Be careful