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Eversweet Everbearing Bareroot Strawberry Plants
Eversweet Everbearing Bareroot Strawberry Plants
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Eversweet Everbearing Bareroot Strawberry Plants

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~100 Days— The level of audacity it takes for the cost of strawberries to skyrocket simultaneously while claiming the number one spot on the Dirty Dozen Food List is surreal to me.

Y’all, it’s time to grow your own. Plant and Heal Co. can help with our easy to grow strawberry bareroot plants.

Classic EVERBEARING strawberry (zone 5-9) Fruits first season. 

Sugarfoot, this cultivar was bred with the southern gardeners in mind. Gardeners of the South experience extreme heat wave in the summer and usually expedient diminished fruit production but not with the Eversweet Strawberry. All the same, this everbearing strawberry also will thrive in northern gardens.

Eversweet fruit throughout spring, summer, and fall. With its ability to produce even when temperatures are over 100 degrees without loss of overall quality, it seems like Eversweet strawberries are a no-brainer for any gardener wanting continously to harvest berries.

These exceptionally sweet berries are large in size and conical in shape. It's flavorful taste profile also ensures that works well in containers, raised beds and upicks. All over the country this berry puts out produces it's competitors as it doesn't slow down in the heat. , and works well in bedding plant packs and hanging baskets. ‘Eversweet’ shows very good results all over the country. ‘

This everbearer strawberries deliver fruit all summer, with a large first harvest and follow ed by a consistent crop the rest of the season if properly watered. 

 

Note: Everbearing strawberry plants usually do not produce as many ‘daughters’ (runners) as Junebearing plants. Self-pollinating. Zones 5-9. Self-pollinating.

Encourage the plant to put its energy into becoming established by removing all the flower buds for the first 6 weeks after setting out your plants. It is also recommend that you remove all the runners during the first year—I don’t do it but you can!

Plants ship the week of 3.13.23