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Old May 31, 2016   #1
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Default tonights strawberry pickings

This was our 3rd picking , tonight is over 3 quarts

big containers is seascapes , the white are pineberries ( slight pineapple taste ) , the small red are alpine


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Old May 31, 2016   #2
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Now that is a beautiful sight! Enjoy those!
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Old May 31, 2016   #3
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Way to go I am jealous, and my mouth is watering.
Last year on a bet I ate 131 strawberries from my patch in one day. Made me sick for days.
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I'm envious (in a good way..)! Mine are still at the flowering stage..
(red & white...)

Are yours in pots or in the ground?
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Old June 1, 2016   #5
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the alpines are in pots ( 1/2 barrels ) , the rest are in the ground
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If you could estimate, approximately howany seascape plants do you have?
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Old June 1, 2016   #7
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approximately 50 . I don't spray for insects or cover with netting so insects and birds do get a few
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I think my chickens ate all of mine. I'm moving them this fall to a raised bed on the other side of the pond.
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Old June 2, 2016   #9
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I grew Seascape the one year. They were a good tasting strawberry. Got mine from that one berry place, name escapes me right now. For 50 good size and nice roots was $35 and that was with shipping.

Rags... Beautiful bunch of berries. Wish I could just reach out and grab a handful. Actually I could eat the whole containers in a few minutes. : )
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