Time For Fall Planting Strawberry Plants For Spring Berries

Field grown strawberry plants can be planted in fall in mild climates with warm ground temperatures, where they will continue to grow producing larger strawberry runners and more strawberries in spring.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Nov. 9, 2018 - PRLog -- Field grown Strawberry Plants are now ready for shipping into growing zones 6, 7, 8 and 9. The ground is still warm allowing the roots to secure themselves before winter temperatures typically arrive after the new year. The newer root growth will kick off with more new growth in spring.

Favorite strawberries for home gardens are the Sweet Charlie, Chandler, Ozark Beauty and Cardinal.

"Strawberry plants are self-fertile so you don't have to plant other varieties for strong crop production," says Cheryl Jones, President of GreenwoodNursery.com. "We offer the most popular strawberry varieties with reason. They offer better production and have large, sweet berries. The Chandler Strawberry was developed for commercial production and is a favorite for pick-your-own operations."

More information on planting and growing Strawberry Plants can be found at https://www.greenwoodnursery.com/categories/fruiting-plan....

Visit GreenwoodNursery.com for Strawberry and muscadine plants for fall planting. Greenwood Nursery is a propagation and wholesale nursery that also ships their online plants catalog direct to the public.

Cheryl Jones

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