Thankfully we got 1.5 inches of rain yesterday! Now our garden will take off. I've been watering but it's not the same as rain. It's been so dry here.
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5/16/10 at 3:30pm
|I'll be in the gulf coast south ( zone 9) in a few weeks and I'm just starting my garden planning for our new house. My priorities are replacing the mint, rosemary and sage that I am leaving behind in our current place.|
So, the strawberry doesn't have flowers or fruit and i know the seaon is done, will it continue to grow all through the year and produce next spring? Do I need to plant it in the ground or can I keep it in a container? The thyme I am good with, but the squash, can I keep it in a container and then just let it grow up something? Will it produce fruit this summer?
If you plant your strawberries in the ground and give them room to spread, they will send out runners, daughters and granddaughters throughout the summer, which will root and become new plants and by spring, you could have a whole patch of strawberries.