This everbearing variety will give you a large crop annually, and you will even get a small crop of delicious, juicy berries during its first summer. Fruits throughout Spring, Summer, and Fall, even when temperatures are over 90 degrees. This variety has outstanding flavor and works well in hanging baskets. Good results across the United States. Plant both Everbearers and June Bearers to enjoy fresh strawberries all summer long. Tip: If you get blooms the first year the plant is getting established, pinch off the blooms to ensure a large fruit crop the next year. TIP: Back to Eden Gardeners can apply a light layer of wood chip partially covering their strawberry bed plants in the winter to encourage a higher yield in the coming season. TIP: Plant strawberries underneath an established, regularly pruned fruit tree to benefit from partial shade and natural leaf mulch! RESTRICTED STATES: HI
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