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Growing Strawberries (from seeds)

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06 Mar 14 Demxi (Australia - tropical climate)
Can strawberries grow in the Philippines? Our temperature can reach 30+ Celsius in the afternoon. If we can, can they survive here? Or should i grow them indoors?
24 Nov 15 Gabrelov (Australia - temperate climate)
yeah, i bought the yates seed and took almost two weeks to germinate, it grew. I am living in manila. just keep the soil moist. don't let it dry but not flood with water. you can cover it with plastic wrap to keep the soil moist.
08 Apr 14 Jenny (Australia - tropical climate)
YES, Search "Bicol Strawberry" , it is cultivated since 2013 in Ocampo Camarines Sur Philippines. This was a cross variety from Hawaiian Strawberry.
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