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Cavendish Junebearing Strawberry

Cavendish Junebearing Strawberry

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2.0 (1 review)
(P.P.11110)-Sets the standard for strawberry excellence. Developed in Canada, Cavendish produces high yields of large, firm, bright red berries with outstanding flavor. Plants are vigorous and runner well with berries ripening over a long season. Popular for both U-pick and home garden use. Has resistance to Red Stele and Verticillium Wilt. Early midseason.
25 FOR $14.50
50 FOR $24.95
100 FOR $42.95
250 FOR $94.95
500 FOR $174.95

Product Details

: 3 to 8
: 35
: Spring & Fall
: 3
: Does best in good sandy loam
: 10-52-17
: Spring
: Spring
: 2 - Moderately Easy
: Fruit
: Yes

Physical Details

Height: 12 to 15
: Yes
: Green
: White
: Red
: 15 to 18
: 1
: June
: Determinate
: Hybrid

Resistance Details

: Junebearing Strawberry
: Yes

Scientific Details

: Junebearing Strawberry
: Fragaria
: x ananassa
: Cavendish

Shipping Details

: AK, AZ, CA, HI, ID
Product Reviews
2.0 (1 review)
  • By Jesse J
    From Minneapolis, MN
    25 plants ordered, 25 plants currently producing berries. Very impressive. Sweet, delicious.
  • By Kenneth W
    From Winamac, IN
    Not a single one came up in the spring/summer. Very disappointing
    Staff Reply:Sorry to hear about the performance of these plants. If you have not already done so please contact our Customer Service department. They will be happy to assist. Here are some general tips on this type of plant if you would like to try this product again. For best winter survival, strawberries should be planted in a well-drained soil that won’t be overly wet during winter. If the soil is heavy, planting in a raised bed amended well with organic matter will improve drainage. Strawberries also benefit from protection with several inches of organic mulch in winter. When grown in containers in cold climates, they should be moved to an unheated, protected location like an attached garage, as plants in containers generally are exposed to temperatures 2 hardiness zones (10 degrees F) colder than plants in the ground.
  • By jay s
    From Edmond, OK
    Only about ten are alive and already failing fast. Must not like our zone 6b.
    * Admin Notes added 6/15/2015 2:54:03 PM:
    Strawberries prefer a moist, well-drained, slightly acidic soil (pH 6.0 to 6.5). They benefit from having organic matter incorporated into the soil before planting and can be planted in raised beds to improve drainage in heavy soils. Plant so that the tip of the crown (where the leaves emerge) is just above the soil surface when planting. Planting too deep or too shallow is a main cause for strawberry plants to not establish successfully. Ensure plants receive regular watering for the first month to help them to root in quickly after planting. We guarantee our products, so if you have not done so already, please contact our Customer Service Department. They will be happy to help you.