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This variety is known to produce the largest spring crop out of all day neutral types. Performs with less sensitivity to warm summer days having high yields with large, firm and plump crimson berries. Zones 4-8
Everbearing - these strawberries are not dependent upon day length to blossom or set fruit therefore they are also known as Day-Neutral and will produce crops of high quality berries all summer (extreme hot weather above 85-90 will slow this down but will pick up when temperatures cool). Picking off the flower buds the first six weeks after setting out helps establish plants the first year.
Planting: Plants should be set out in early spring. Space 1 to 2 feet apart. Abundant yields of fruit occur in the second year. In succeeding years, it is important to thin plants to allow new growth for continued yield. Do not grow strawberries where tomatoes or other nightshades have grown recently as these soils may be infected with verticillium wilt.
Strawberry plants are shipped from Mid-March through early May. At the time of your order, you may request a shipping date. All Spring orders should be placed prior to March 14th. After that, stock is limited. Orders received by March 14 are shipped southern states first - moving north as we are able. Orders received after March 15 will be shipped at the end of April. None of the items are available after May. Please order early.
***Sorry we cannot ship strawberry plants to: AK, HI, & FOREIGN COUNTRIES***