These are bare root strawberries. Plant these in the spring; in a place that gets full sun. They do best if you plant immediately after receiving them. Space plants 18" apart in rows 3' apart. These can also be planted in pots. Before planting, soak the roots for 2 hours to re-hydrate the plant. Plant with root side down and dig deep enough so the root is stretched downward; you do not want the root to be balled up.
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Out of stockNEW, everbearing strawberry that produces July until frost. Very large berries with excellent fruit flavor. Good runner production. Tolerant to Leaf Spot and resistant to Powdery Mildew. Learn More
Out of stockEverbearing strawberry that produces large to very large berries lat-June through fall. Large berries are full of good flavor that holds when frozen. Resistant to powdery mildew and red stele. Learn More