Answer: One of the down sides of being an enthusiastic gardener is that sometimes we jump the gun and try to hurry spring. Then when the weather gets cold again, we abandon our gardens for the comfort of indoors. If your strawberry plants are truely dead, they should be composted. If there's even a slight indication that they might be alive,(green buds coming from the crowns of the roots), go ahead and plant them. They may grow, and you'll never know unless you try. If they don't produce new leaves this summer, remove them and purchase new plants.
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