Q.WOULD YOU PLANT STRAWBERRIES IN NOV IN WILLAMETTE VALLEY, OREGON?
I HAVE BEEN GIVEN 100S OF STRAWBERRY STARTS FROM RUNNERS, EVERBEARING VARIETY. I WOOULD LIKE TO GO AHEAD AND PLANT NOW RATHER THAN WAIT TILL SPRING.
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If you don't have any severe weather in the forecast for the next few weeks, they should have time to get established before any really cold weather. Just to be on the safe side, after you get them planted and below freezing weather is forecast, I would cover them. Do this for the next 6 to 8 weeks to be sure they are protected while getting established.