|I have some strawberrys in a hypertufa pot (growing for the first year)so I was wondering how can I overwinter them?
|Answer from NGA
September 20, 2010
|The roots of your strawberry plants should be hardy in your region, as long as you move the container into a protected spot such as an unheated garage. Wait until frost kills the foliage; prune off the dead leaves and move the pot into a protected spot. The roots will go into dormancy so you won't need to water regularly. In the spring, just take the pot back outdoors and water on a regular basis. Good luck with your plants!
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