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Old May 14, 2023   #16
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Location: Northern Minnesota - zone 3
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Sounds like you've got it down to a science for your spot. When I had berries before, I know I kept the mother plants for too long, it's hard for me to destroy a bed, even though I know it's for the best. We have a lot of wild strawberries, and it's remarkable how invasive and persistent they are when they grow where you don't want them to.

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