To finish the strawberry bed project detailed in the previous posting, I planted strawberry plants in the new raised bed today. We used a variety of strawberry named "Albion" which is an everbearing strawberry with disease resistance to verticillium wilt, phytophtora crown rot, and resistance to anthracnose crown rot. And they taste great!
The first photo shows the planting process, and the second shows the completed planting. I dig a hole with a trowel, put liquid fertilizer in the hole (we use Maxsea, a seaweed based fertilizer), and place the plant roots in the hole, and cover them up. We should have edible strawberries in late May onward. Click on the photos to enlarge them.