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Everbearing Ozark Beauty Strawberry Plants 20 Bare Root Plants - TOP PRODUCER
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- This everbearing variety produces high yields of large, very sweet fruit from late spring until frost!
- USDA Hardiness Zone 4-9. Organic grown in USA. Very disease resistant.
- The Ozark Beauty Strawberry plants are vigorous, hardy plants that need no pampering!Immediate shipping of 12 bare root plants.
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- Strawberries are a fantastic snack when sliced and dried in a food dehydrator!
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|Manufacturer Part Number||Berbee07ebsc20|
|Shipping Weight||1.06 pounds|
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|USDA Hardiness Zone||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8||4-9||3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8||4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9|
Perfect for canning, freezing, preserves and eating right off the plant! Very hardy. Fruits in mid spring and again later in summer.
Top customer reviews
We went out of town 4/21/2017. A couple plants had berries turning pink and I knew 1 berry would be ready while we were out of town. When we got back Sunday afternoon, me and the 3 yo went out to pick and we found about 5 ripe strawberries. The 1 I knew would be ready was picked at/eaten by something but we enjoyed looking for and picking the others. I went out again today and found 2 more ripe berries which I just picked and ate myself. Most of the berries have been small; nickle sized with a few bigger.
So, 5 weeks after planting, I had a couple ripe strawberries. All plants are healthy. about half have produced runner which I clipped off (I will allow some runner next spring to propagate but you normally want to clip runners so the plant spends its energy on the berries.)
I will update again and add a few pictures when the plants are producing a bit more.
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I took a chance and ordered one more (20 plants).Read more