How far apart do you plant everbearing strawberries?
Everbearing strawberries produce a good-sized crop in spring, but then they continue to produce berries regularly up until frost. In most climates, gardeners can plant strawberries as perennials. In this method, strawberry plants are planted about 1-1/2' apart, in rows about 4' apart.
When should bare root strawberries be planted?
While strawberry plants often need to be planted after the danger of frost passes, bare root strawberries should be done sooner. It's best to plant them in late March or early April. If you plant in May or June, you won't get a crop at all that year, even if you plant overbearing plants.