PEACHTREE CITY, Ge
|I have a bunch of ozark beauty strawberries that are in their 2nd year. Last month they produced lots of berries. As everbearing berries, I think they are supposed to produce again later this summer. What, if anything, should I do to care for them in this in-between harvest time?
|Answer from NGA
June 5, 2010
|You're right about your strawberries. After your first crop, additional berries usually ripen sporadically from late July to mid- August and berry production will continue until frost. Now that you've harvested the first crop you only need to keep your plants watered on a regular basis. The plants will rest for a few weeks and then produce new flowers (and berries). Enjoy!
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