Sue Sanderson

Sue Sanderson – our horticulturist expert

Sue Says
This is a fantastic way to increase stock of strawberry plants. Over time the runners will eventually shrivel and die back by themselves, although they will probably be planted before then! Cut the runner close to the base of the parent plant and also at the base of the offspring, with clean secateurs. Provided that the baby plants are well rooted, then they should be grow on happily without the need for the parent plant.

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