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#127724 Sep 11th, 2007 at 08:22 AM
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This is a Q for all you Strawberry Lovers out there. I recently received a catalog that is touting (marketing) their revolutionary pocket-grown strawberry system. Apparently, the gowing medium is inside pockets (that look like a shoe storage bag). You plant the seeds, water, hang in a sunny spot, and watch them grow. Anyone have any experience with this contraption (before I waste my money)? nervous

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Hmmm, it takes almost two years to get strawberries off a plant, I highly doubt you'd get any with seeds. Kinda sceptic on that one.


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you could make your own. get a canvas shoe bag and go for it! use plants from your local nursery.

#128280 Sep 12th, 2007 at 02:50 AM
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Is my face red! You don't plant seeds in the pockets; 25 plants come with the pockets! #42009 at www.parkseed.com. $9.95 for two sets of pockets. touchedkat

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lol kind of thought something sounded strange. I had strawberries in a pot before and they were fine. I'd replant them in the fall and repot them in the spring.


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Is it time to plant strawberries?



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Can't see why not. My strawberries are still sending runners and are planting themselves.


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can I buy plants now? Where?



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STRAWBERRY PLANT PRICES: 10- $4.95, 30- $9.95, 50- $15.95, 100- $27.95. #ST10 HONEOYE (10) - $4.95. QUANTITY: ... Copyright 2006 Pinetree Garden seeds.
www.superseeds.com/products.php?cat=185 - 13k -

I've used superseeds.com and liked them.

heres others google brought up
www.starkbros.com
www.AutumnRidgeNursery.com
www.strawberryplants.com
www.WillisOrchards.com
www.RaintreeNursery.com
www.Gurneys.com


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