Depending on where you live, planting strawberries indoors with regulated temperature might be the easiest way to have strawberries year round. If you live in an area with mild winters like California or Florida you might be able to plant different varieties and have fruit year round. There are several varieties, falling into the categories of “day neutral” and “short-day,” the former bears the bulk of it’s fruit in the summer, the latter during the winter months. See the second link for more details on varieties.
I have a friend that had strawberries on the vine growing outside at New Years. But he lives in a particularly temperate climate. They looked okay, but not as good as in the summer.
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