Then it got overgrown and messy. You couldn't find the strawberries for the weeds. The momma plants had long died off and the babies were unruly, no longer in their beds but instead wandering on the paths.
|Strawberry bed mess.|
|Timothy hunting for viable strawberry plants.|
|Shannon staying out of the way by pruning the raspberries.|
|Ready for new soil|
|Putting in the plants on the new berm.|
|Blossoms mean potential future strawberries!|
We have been blessed with more than six inches of rain in the last week. There has been no need to water the plants beyond the first couple of days. Lots of blossoms have begun to appear and all the plants seem to have taken well to their new home. I hope for strawberries later this June!