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My husband and I bought a cottage, and on the site from the previous owners remained strawberries. At first I was delighted, but then I discovered that the strawberries were half-dried. The question arose, how to remove dry bushes without damaging the living ones? Dig or prune? I would be grateful for any advice, as I am a beginner gardener. Thanks!
Just cut dry leaves or pick and water with your hands, maybe only the shoots have dried out, and the root is alive and then the strawberry will come to life from the root. Loosen after watering and fertilize with complex fertilizer.