Strawberry plants are hardy and easy to grow. They multiply from shoots year after year, allowing each plant to produce fruit for a maximum of three years. The plants need to be planted in an area that has full sun and good drainage. As the plants multiply, they provide a sprawling ground cover that will produce fruit in the early summer months.
Prepare the location. Since strawberries multiply each year, they should be isolated in a raised bed or a container.
Plant the strawberry plant in a shallow hole, covering the entire root system. Each plant should be spaced at least 1 foot apart.
Water the strawberry plants daily to keep the soil moist.
Harvest the berries. If strawberries are harvested often, they will produce berries more frequently.
Cover the strawberry plants with straw after the first frost of each autumn. Failure to do so may result in losing the strawberry crop in the winter.