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Post  sadears 3/14/2012, 9:10 pm

I planted heirloom tomatoes, blueberries, strawberries, and blackberries. I got fruit on all but the blackberries as I bought those late in the season. I've heard several thoughts on the subject as they are supposedly all perennials. I'm at 6500ish feet. Do you think they'll come back or should I pull them all and plant new plants?

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Post  littlejo 3/14/2012, 11:44 pm

I'd wait for spring to arrive to see if they made it thru the winter! How is your weather now? The blueberries will bloom first, then the blackberries. I've never seen or heard of a tomato overwintering unless grown in the house. At the first hint of spring the blueberries will start to sprout. The strawberries should be fine too. Is the ground clear of snow? If so go look to see if the strawberries have green leaves.

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Post  sadears 3/16/2012, 3:29 pm

littlejo wrote:I'd wait for spring to arrive to see if they made it thru the winter! How is your weather now? The blueberries will bloom first, then the blackberries. I've never seen or heard of a tomato overwintering unless grown in the house. At the first hint of spring the blueberries will start to sprout. The strawberries should be fine too. Is the ground clear of snow? If so go look to see if the strawberries have green leaves.

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Oh, jeez, it's 65...looking at 71 for high. Weather has been INCREDIBLE! bounce Really can't get much better than this...except maybe not having to go to work now. tongue
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Post  littlejo 3/16/2012, 4:17 pm

I'm so glad you're haveing great weather. Just go out and see if the strawberries are green or the blueberries are showing any sprouting.

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