I hope your plants will still grow and do well Grebjack. I put out a sunflower seedling before it got warmer and have the same result - slow growth, even though I covered it with half of a plastic bottle to protect it.
I have a question about strawberries too. I bought a bag of 10 strawberry roots, but they were so clumped together I was unable to pull them apart without being worried about destroying them (they were already growing). I planted them in a hanging basket and they have lots of leaves, but I'm afraid that the lack of space is going to stunt the growth and prevent them from producing fruit. Should I dig them up again and try to replant them (now that they are a bit stronger) or just leave them there?? This is my second year growing strawberries (last year, not one grew because of poor soil and flooding) and I would really like them to thrive this year.
"You were once wild here. Don't let them tame you." - Isadora Duncan
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