Yellow pages are the yellow colored pages in a phone book. In a city the size of Miami the yellow pages are probably a separate book from the white pages. Just google Miami yellow pages and look up Nurserys. A mom and pop is any business that is not a chain or a big box store. A chain store will probably be OK. but a small mom and pop will be better suited for your needs as anyone who works there will know what they are talking about. A mom and pop business is normally locally owned and operated by the owners, usually with a few other employees. They will be very familiar with all of the plants that grow in the area, which varieties are best, what time to plant, diseases etc.I'm not sure how to use the yellow pages. What are mom and pops exactly? Like a garage sale?
What category do I use for yellow pages? Sorry I'm so dumb.
Strawberries are location sensitive. Are the variety of your 2 plants for your location? Did you get them locally or online. The second link I sent you lists the varieties for you area.Oh ok. I still have 2 strawberry plants right now. I got them about a month ago. Will they work? They are sort of looking bad.
That is exactly why you should never buy plants from a big box store and stick with local nurseries. That and also because the employees of the big box stores were probably flipping burgers last week and haven't a clue about plants.I got them from Home Depot, but according to the link you sent, it is not the right variety. It's not even right for my hardiness zone.
In that case, that must be why I never had luck with strawberries. Makes me wonder why they would even sell them here in the first place.
Thank you Chuck. I really do appreciate all your help.
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