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Julieanne Porter (@GwenfarsGarden)

What an interesting piece. I've not seen this yet, but know I'll know what I'm seeing if I do. Thanks for explaining it so well.


Thank you, Julieanne. Nature certainly provides plenty of puzzles.


Very interesting, I had the same problem in 2012 with Malwina that were in thier first year.
Hoping for better this year.
I seem to remember reading somewhere that early flowers should be removed to ensure that there were no early fruit but I cannot find the article.


Hi, Ben. Thank you for commenting. I don't think I've read that about removing early flowers. If you find the ref, let us know and I'll add a note to the above. Fingers crossed for this year. Do come back and tell us how it goes. Mine haven't had any flowers this year yet.

john voss

thank you for your interesting comments about strawberry problems and about phyllody I think I understand a bit about what is happening with my strawberry,s john v

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