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by Kalilah on April 19, 2006 10:18 AM
I am planting quinaults in my flowerbed. I was planning to transplant them into a raised bed next year. Is this a bad idea? Am I to pinch flowers that year too?

Also, can I revive my exhausted mother plants by pinching flowers? How long do everbearing plants last?
by peppereater on April 19, 2006 10:41 PM
There are a few good threads here on this. Transplanting is fine, you might want to encourage a few extra runners and use those. Pinching flowers for a while encourages more, better fruit later...I don't pinch, though. I don't want to wait! [Embarrassed]

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