Answer: Unfortunately, strawberries do not lend themselves to indoor growing because they need lots of sunshine. You can experiment by growing them in a large container such as a half barrel out on the porch in as much sun as you have available, then leaving them outside for the winter. The larger container may insulate the roots enough to keep them alive all winter, especially if you porch is sheltered from the wind.
Alternatively you might try the little alpine strawberries or perhaps the "Pink Panda" strawberry and grow them in smaller containers (they are quite decorative), being prepared to replace them as needed due to possible winterkill. These plants are also more shade tolerant. To really experiment, you could try bringing them indoors under lights for the winter and see if they will continue producing for you.
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