Strawberry Plants


Zone EX31 2BG | Keith Bennett added on October 1, 2017 | Answered

After my strawberries had finished fruiting, I removed the protective straw and cut them back to ground level. They have since grown back again and look more healthy than before they fruited. Do i cut them back again prior to the winter? I had a very reasonable crop. Regards Keith Bennett

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    Answered on October 2, 2017

    When the foliage turns red and goes flat to the ground, you can cut it back and mulch your strawberries for winter.
    This article should help

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