Posted: 04/05/2015 at 19:35
1) if the strawberry plants were potted and reasonably large, you can let them fruit this year. If they were bare-root or small (ie just 4 or 5 leaves), I would remove the flowers.
2) I found 1 hit on google but all it says is 'Tiny tot' is a 'snack' type. All that means is each cucumber will only grow to about 5 or 6 inches long. The plant will grow just the same as a normal cucumber. I grow mine up a bit of trellis about 4ft tall.
3) Butternut squash plants will grow to about 5 or 6 metres long and scramble along the ground. You can grow them upwards and tie them in to a frame (trellis etc) but the fruit is very heavy and will need supporting separately (eg using a bit of netting or tights) or it will tear the plant down as it grows. How many you get from a plant is a bit of a lottery, but expect between 1 and 5.
4) Yes. Squash are very greedy though and the best way to grow them is to fill a large hole (eg 50cm diameter/deep) with compost/well-rotted manure and make a slight mound, then plant to squash at the top of the mound. Then be prepared for it to take over your garden!