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strawberries in lasagna garden

Posted by mpmom zone 6 (My Page) on
Sun, Sep 11, 11 at 12:24

I want to start a lasagna garden this week. I currently have a bed of strawberries I want to move. My son has made me 2 raised bed frames for the berrie. My question is, can I move the berries after doing the layers in the few weeks? Thanks for your help


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RE: strawberries in lasagna garden

According to what I read that Pat Lansa wrote about her first Lasagna Garden she planted right after building that first bed. Build up that bed and move the strawberries.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lasagna Gardening 101


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RE: strawberries in lasagna garden

Strawberries do excellently under a thick layer of pine needles. I have left that layer on in the Spring and the berries will come up through about 3 inches of needles and be dirt-free for the season.
You may consider that to be your 1st layer... :)


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