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Strawberries

Ystranc

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You're going to be so gutted to hear that we have escapee strawberries growing wild all over our place...so many in fact that I weed them out from around my beehives. We also get those tiny wild strawberries that have an incredibly intense flavour growing in any gap between stones.
Have a look and see if you can find a little green faced envy emoji while I wander around eating my nice ripe strawberries :rofl::rofl::rofl:
You need to set them free in that pristine gravel of yours....let them take over! Remember they're related to nettles so they will spread in a similar way.
 

Ark79

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Can’t find an envy emoji.....:thumbsup: couldn’t find one with the right finger ether :rofl::p:rofl:

Just a starting point for me and the misses and the kids. The plan is to let them grow all along the back of the fence :thumbsup:
 

WolfsHead

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We've had some excellent strawberries this year.

Gotta agree about the little wild ones they're delicious. Only had them once though a few years ago.