Tasha, I put it up against the wall of the house in a protected area, and pile leaves and hay around it as it gets colder, before the dirt freezes. I cut the new babies off and put them in a window box sized pot and put them in the same area. In the spring, they will replace any that didn't survive in the jar, and I share the rest. Some years I have to replace them all if we've had a really severe winter.
Thank you for replying so quickly. Your suggestion is greatly appreciated. I have both strawberry jar and strawberries, but need to plant. Also, I wanted to thank you for all of the articles that are written. The articles that you write, are very informative and enjoyable.