Have you thought about growing your own?
Strawberries are pretty easy to grow, but do require some soil preparation and attention during the growing season.
Start by locating a sunny spot in the yard where your patch will receive at least 8 hrs of sun.  Prepare your soil as you would a vegetable garden; adding compost or organic matter.  Our Big Bag Beds are perfect for strawberries and require no digging.
Plant your strawberries about 24 inches apart as they will quickly fill in with runners.  Fertilize with an organic fertilizer in the early spring, June, and again in September.
Some varieties of strawberries are early blooming , providing one large crop in June, while others are ever-bearing and usually produce three harvest a year.
Plant this spring, and you will be plucking strawberries by summer.
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