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Any everbearing strawberries for the South?

Posted by chrisms MS z8a (My Page) on
Thu, Jan 29, 09 at 13:11

Are there any everbearing strawberries good for the South?

God bless,


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RE: Any everbearing strawberries for the South?

This copied from another Forum and posted by a plant wholesale supplier.

The commercial growers plant 'Chandler' typically, which produces a heavy crop over a short spring time period. If you want to make jams, etc., then this is a good choice. 'Everbearing' is good for a longer crop period in smaller amounts. Nice to plant in hanging baskets and you would like fruit for spring to fall. Never plant strawberries in red clay as they are very disease prone.

'Everbearing' is the variety we used to grow and was planted in mostly sandy soil.

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