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Is it too late to plant strawberries

Post  kurango on Mon 6 Jun - 21:28

I just received my strawberry plants from bloomingblub.com (never again) so I was wondering if I can plant them now? I am in zone 10a or 22, and the strawberries are Eclair and is “short day” or “springbearing” variety has early season productivity of med-large, wedge shaped, extremely sweet berries, with medium firm flesh. The variety is resistant or very tolerant of garden soil diseases. With parent stock consisting of both springbearing and everbearing varieties.

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Re: Is it too late to plant strawberries

Post  martha on Mon 6 Jun - 23:18

I don't know about strawberries in California, but I planted some late lasst year, and they overwintered and are bearing beautifully this year.
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