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Grow your own strawberries in raised beds, containers or straight in the ground with these bare root strawberry plants.

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Bare Root Strawberry Plants

Grow your own crop of sweet strawberries with these bare root strawberry plants. They are called bare root because the plants are dormant and aren't planted in soil, they look like bare roots with wilting leaves attached. Don't worry about what they look like when you get them, because as soon as they are planted they wake from their dormant state and spring to life, producing berries quite quickly. These grow particularly well in raised beds where there is no danger of waterlogging. They also grow perfectly in containers and urban planters. 

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Variety: Cambridge Favourite

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lenanaughton
March 18th, 2016
healthy looking plants, many thanks
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Asked By Liam
on November 08th, 2016
When will your plants be back in stock? Is it too late to plant in the ground in Nov?
Answered by Andrew
on November 08th, 2016
Hi Liam. Anytime from November to April is good for putting in new fruit. We don't however stock Strawberries until early Spring as these are an exception to the rule
Answered by Andrew
on November 08th, 2016
Hi Liam. Yes, it is a bit late to planting strawberries out at this time of year. We have new plants back in stock in Spring which is the best time to put them in.
Asked By martin
on March 20th, 2016
what size are the strawberries
Answered by Andrew
on March 21st, 2016
Thank you for your question Martin. They are bare root Strawberries so when potted up they are about 4/5 inches tall
Asked By Paddy
on March 13th, 2016
When would be a suitable time to plant these into pots? I've received them earlier this week but am new to gardening to am unsure what time would be good to put them into soil.
Answered by Andrew
on March 14th, 2016
Thank you for your question Paddy. You can pot them on straight away as the sooner you do so the sooner the roots will start to spread out and the plants grow on.
Asked By Norman Scott
on February 08th, 2016
Hi, Can you tell me the variety of your strawberry plants please
Answered by Andrew
on February 09th, 2016
Thank you for your question Norman. I will put this on the website now. The variety is Cambridge Favourite. One of the tastiest we can get with a very high yield.
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