The Q&A Archives: Strawberries

Question: I would like to know if strawberries can be moved and still be okay. This will be my second summer with these berries but I do not like where I have them and would like to know if it will harm them to transplant to another location. Will it cause them not to berry? Thank you.

Answer: If your plants are June bearers (they produce one main crop early in the summer), it would be best to wait until they've finished producing fruit before moving them. If they are ever-bearing (produce berries all season long), you can move them now in early spring and the fruit production shouldn't be delayed or interrupted to any great degree.

Enjoy those strawberries!

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