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0 out of 0 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Got berries the first year
What are the cons? Had to have 2nd packet sent.
Took awhile to germinate for first packet of berries. Only 2 plants made it. I called and Baker & they sent me another packet. That did it. Grew in a container on deck. Probably got 24 strawberries throughout the summer. Hoping for more this year!!!
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31 out of 34 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? So tiny - a delight to nurture
What are the cons? None
I grew these for joy, not yield. I started them indoors from seed in 2016. Grew some in a large flat container in full sun on my deck. Grew some in partial shade in a raised bed in an area about 2X3 feet. The plants in full sun were full and bushy. The shaded plants were less robust, but they had more berries by the end. The tiny delicate blooms were a joy to see even though we got few berries during the summer. In the fall, they took off, and there would be tiny bursts of flavor waiting for me every evening. I just ate them in the garden, but they would be delightful to top a salad or dessert. Pick them when they look "overripe" for good flavor. We didn't baby them - they look delicate, but they're tough. Not a good choice if you are short on garden space, but they might make a nice ground cover elsewhere. I'll report in later as to whether they overwintered well and if they bear earlier and heavier this year.
21 out of 22 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? extremely flavorful
What are the cons? none
Seeds sprouted and grew very well. Bore fruit all summer, slowing down with the heat, but kept producing right up to the first frost! Excellent fruit.
28 out of 29 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? perfect germination
I just love growing these as windowsill plants during the winter. It allows something young and green to grace the house. I sprout a new packet as often as I can, keeping young ones on my windowsill. They start off best in shallower pots that are bigger around; I favor perforated gallon ice-cream containers. I water the seed/lings with a tablespoon so as not to displace anybody. The new tender sprouts are so fragile. Extremely fertile seed with this variety, if I don't get %100 germination I know I'm doing something wrong! Looking forward to accumulating enough plants to fill rows and borders.
60 out of 64 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Everbearing, fast to fruit,
These are great, in started from seed inside in early february. Transplated 3 small plants into a planter in end of April. They are now huge and I'm harvesting small berries almost every day. If they arent totally ripe, they are bland. But let them get deep red and they are melt in your mouth sweet. Love these