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Side note: If you decide to grow strawberries indoors like me, you will need to pollinate the flowers yourself. Outdoors it is done mostly by the wind and insects. Indoors my kids like to "be the bee" we keep a little paintbrush by the plants and gently tap the flowers with it when we see a new one. Strawberry plants can pollinate themselves so you don't need to worry about getting pollan from one flower to another.
You may have better results if you place the seeds into a ziplock bag and put them in the freezer for a couple weeks. This will simulate the changing in seasons of the climate most strawberry plants like to grow in. As they thaw and gradually warm up this will trigger the seeds that it is time to start to grow. Great instructable, we started growing strawberries indoors hydroponically.
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