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Product Number: ST11-10

STRAWBERRY 'SEASCAPE' - Discontinued

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(LIVE PLANT)

SHIPS MID-MARCH THROUGH END OF APRIL

SORRY WE CANNOT SEND SPRING TUBERS AND PLANTS TO ALASKA, HAWAII, AND FOREIGN COUNTRIES.

Rated one of the best flavored day neutral strawberries available.

These dynamic, everbearing plants produce large berries all summer long. Fewer runners allow them to be more manageable in the garden or suitable for containers. Zone 4-9.

PLANTING INSTRUCTIONS:

Plant in well drained soil, high in organic matter. Place crowns at soil level 8”-12” apart, spreading the roots out. Mulch 1”-2” deep to keep moist and control weeds.

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05/22/2018
Robert O.
United States

Seascape/Albion substitution

My order of "Seascape" strawberries was apparently swapped out for "Albion". Both are everbearing varieties that are comparable, but with some differences. I'm not sure, but I can only conclude that the Seascape variety had been exhausted, and Albions were sent as a substitute.

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04/04/2018
Kathy
US

Great in North Dakota

These have been healthy and hardy in zone 4, ND. Sometimes I overwinter the plants for spring and fall production. Sometimes I just save the runner plants to replant the following spring, for fall berries. I was concerned about hardiness, but they have been fine. I mulch with straw and put spruce boughs over the bed for further protection. Soil pH is about 7.5 and these are not chlorotic here like Honeoye. Best flavor w 2-3 days of ripening once they turn red. But sometimes SWD fruit flies limit that. A CSA farmer told me they were too soft when grown near Minneapolis, but they are a very firm berry here in high Ca/Mg soils. I bought these from Pinetree after seeing good production notes from UMN trials at Grand Rapids research station, 4 or 5 years ago. Thx!

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