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Post  kbb964 4/23/2012, 2:59 pm


I have not built the bed for the strawberries yet, I have not yet decided on a size or an orientation or whether to build a tiered bed or leave it flat.
So far I have 22 plants, they are mixed varieties. Don't laugh at me but I got distracted in 2 different stores lol.
I have Honeoye which are june bearing and Quinalt which are ever bearing.

Can they be put in the same box/bed? or should they be kept separate?

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Post  littlejo 4/23/2012, 6:34 pm

We have them all together. We were going to mark them, and someone said they would do it later! They are doing fine, the June bearing will only bloom once, but the everbearing will just put on more berries til it gets too hot, then will bloom again in the fall.

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Post  happycamper 4/24/2012, 1:17 am

I have had different varieties planted together for years, you should be fine.
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Post  kbb964 4/24/2012, 8:22 am

GREAT! thanks, I got home with these plants and thought...... oh heck. Maybe some weird incompatibility or cross pollination woes lol.

have to build somewhere to house them now.
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