|I planted two strawberry plants last year, had no fruit, but they survived the winter and produced several more plants this summer but still no fruit.
|Answer from NGA
July 7, 2010
|Strawberries need lots of sunshine in order to flower and develop fruits. Make sure yours are getting at least 8 hours of sunshine. If they are not flowering they may be getting too much fertilizer - lots of nitrogen promotes lots of green growth but at the expense of flowers. I hope your plants begin to flower soon!
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