Now, I will share about her strawberry patch.
I'm so envy to her strawberry plants, on our hot climate her patch is so lush and productive.
She got a little strawberry seedling about eight months ago.
Right now, she's having more than thirty pots of strawberry plants.
She shared me a strawberry seedling to be grown on my tiny garden.
Thank you friend!
Lets check it u her strawberry patch...
Strawberries are very rewarding plants to grow, and you only need a few plants to build up your own collection as all of them will give you several new plants for next year from the runners. And so nice to eat too. I am starting again with strawberries next spring, haven’t had strawberries for a good few years – good luck with yours!ReplyDelete
Yes, Helene, you're right. I have lots of hope to my strawberry patch. Thank you.Delete
I am surprised to see strawberries in your climateReplyDelete
Olá amiga, vim desejar-lhe um abençoado início de semana.
Trinta pés de morangos...fiquei encantada, maravilha!!!!Amo!!!
Doce abraço Marie.
There's lots of small strawberry farms on our high land tropic with a cool weather. But growing strawberry on our hot weather is something challenging.Delete
Thank you, Marie. I hope I can grow strawberry well like as my neighbor.Delete
Wah..suburnya pokok strawberry dia...agaknya cuaca nyaman disitu..ReplyDelete
Sepertinya, cuacanya sangat bersahabat dengan deretan strawberry ini, kak Mala. Smoga tanaman strawberry saya juga sesubur itu.Delete
memang menakjubkan strawberry begitu subur dalam iklim panas...dan warna buah ranum tu kelihatan begitu bersari...ReplyDelete
Betul, Ana. Looks so fresh and yummy! Of course they are so healthy.Delete
Truskawki świetnie sobie radzą! Życzę Ci udanych zbiorów.ReplyDelete
Thank you, Ewa. have a nice week!Delete
I have never had any luck growing strawberries. I hope what she gave you will thrive!ReplyDelete
I hope so, Lisa. Thank you.Delete
Bestnyer dapat tanam buah strawberry...subur lagi...ReplyDelete
Terima kasih, Bunda Nora.Delete
They look great! How does she keep them so happy and healthy in the tropical heat and humidity? Even here they normally need the seasonal changes to develop properly.ReplyDelete
I think this variety has been adapted to our hot humid weather. They can grow so happy here.Delete
Wow! That's juicy looking strawberries!ReplyDelete
You're right, Malar. Looks so delicious!Delete
Homegrown strawberries are delicious. You will be able to propagate from the plant you've been given and increase your collection.ReplyDelete
You're right, Jo. I hope so.Delete
Welcome to EndahReplyDelete
Beautiful are your strawberries.
Oh, you already borne fruit.
I also have a garden this delicious fruit.
Strawberries bear fruit in June.
How lucky you have a strawberry garden. It must be so lovely, Lucia.Delete
Looks delicious! Warm strawberries fresh from the garden are wonderful. :o)ReplyDelete