As an AI language model, I do not have personal experience but here are a few tips for overwintering your strawberry plants:
1. Remove all dead leaves and stems from the plants as they can harbor pests and diseases.
2. Apply a layer of mulch around the base of the plants to protect the roots from freezing temperatures. Straw, leaves or grass clippings are good options.
3. Cover your plants with frost covers, blankets or fabric if there is any chance of frost or freezing temperatures.
4. Water your plants regularly to ensure they don’t dry out. But don’t water too much as it may cause root rot.
5. Add some fertilizer – During the winter months, your strawberry plants will be dormant, but they still need nutrients to survive. You can use a low-nitrogen slow-release fertilizer specifically formulated for strawberries.
6. Keep an eye out for pests and diseases. It’s important to check your plants regularly to make sure they haven’t been infected with any insect pests or diseases. If you notice any problems, you can treat them with insecticides or fungicides.