According to the Farmer's Almanac and Better Homes and Gardens, strawberries of all three varieties should be planted after the first thaw of the spring, as soon as the ground can be worked. Strawberry plants should be p... More »

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Strawberry plants can reproduce through sexual reproduction with fruit and seed, as well as through asexual reproduction by sending out runners to create new plants, according to Garden Guides. Runners, also called stolo... More »

According to the Farmer's Almanac, strawberries should be planted 20 inches apart with 4 feet between rows. They should be in a new area that did not grow eggplant, strawberries, tomatoes or peppers recently. More »

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To grow asparagus, plant 1-year-old asparagus plants in the ground outside as early in the spring as possible, once the soil is no longer frozen. Before planting asparagus, weed the area; dig the soil over; and mix a 2- ... More »

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To grow strawberries, plant the berries in loose, well-draining soil that has been amended with fertilizer, and provide the plants with 1 inch of water each week. Place a net over the plants until the plants are establis... More »

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Weeding and lightly watering strawberries throughout the summer allows the plants to produce berries during the warmer fall months, and clipping all except three runners from each plant ensures more berries. To save spac... More »

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Most iris flowers bloom in the late spring or early summer, though some hybrid varieties are remontant and may bloom again in late summer. The Old Farmer's Almanac recommends planting irises in mid- to late summer. More »