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I grew some strawberries in the container photographed below last summer with limited success. Is now a good time to transplant these strawberries to a space I have prepared in the garden or should I wait till it gets a bit warmer. I live in Melbourne.

Submitted: 12:10PM, 17 Jul 2016
Answer: Hi There
Now (winter) is a great time to transplant your strawberries. The cooler temperatures give your plants time to establish and grow new roots. This reduces transplant shock. Remember to put some Dynamic Lifter in the hole you plant in to keep you plants healthly and well fed.

Steve

Answered: 12:16PM, 17 Jul 2016

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