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To make this short and sweet. Last year my daughter planted a couple strawberry plants in the garden. They have taken the garden over and now I want them out of my garden. They have spread and I would say there is at least 30 strawberry plants now. They are free to whoever would like to come get them. I am not sure when the best time to move a strawberry plant is but I would like them gone before I start tilling my garden. . I live in Denton North Carolina. You can contact me at looking27292 at yahoo.com.
 
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Hi Randy! I'm totally on the other side of the US, so there's no way I could come get strawberries. I added your thread to "Southern USA" in hopes more local people would see it.

...North Carolina fits best in Southern USA, and not Eastern or Appalachia, right? Or does it go in all three?
 
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I would like to come over to Denton to get the strawberry plants you have available.  We live near Sanford.  Retired and trying to get our garden going.  Please give me a call at (919) 356-8502.  Thanks,  Mike Sublett
 
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I will call you tomorrow.
 
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THE STRAWBERRY PLANTS HAVE BEEN CLAIMED.
Thank you
 
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