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I planted a lot of Musk Strawberries about 4 years ago. I planted them mainly for ground cover, but I was hoping for a few berries. I haven't had a single berry. I think they all came from the same place, but they weren't supposed to be they same variety. I planted 20 more today that are supposed to be mixed. Hopefully, I'll get some pollination eventually. Is anyone growing these? Any berries? Any suggestions?

They make great ground cover where they have partial or even almost full shade. The plants in full sun don't look good in late summer, but you can mow them, and they'll come back.


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