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100.0% would recommend this item to a friend.
2 out of 2 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? They grow fast & fill in fast
What are the cons? None so far
We love them. I got them end of may and planted then and have been so happy with them. They taste so good. I took off some if the blossoms like they said to do but left some for a taste and I'm happy I did. This being 9/5/17 I just pick 3 to share with the guys and have some more coming in.
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3 out of 3 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Easy to grow, delicious
What are the cons? No dislike
Super hardy. Grew well surviving two transplantings.
4 out of 4 people found the following review helpful:
What are the pros? Cold Hardy and Delicious
What are the cons? Limited Fruit
I started with three plants in a large metal trough planted last Spring 2016. These plants arrived in great and healthy condition. The plants did not fruit last year but did begin to spread. I mulched them over during the winter and they remained green and healthy. I uncovered them Spring of 2017 and the plants spread like wild fire and made small to medium sized fruit by mid May (I'm in Kentucky). The fruit was juicy and flavorful, but not as abundant as I would have liked. Maybe I'll get more fruit next year. I would recommend this plant because it is very cold hardy and winters over well. It takes over so three plants will definitely turn into a whole row (or more) if you let it. I'm already trying to pawn off runners on my family!
What are the pros? Not root bound, healthy plants
What are the cons? None
The plants arrived in fabulous shape. Nice root systems, healthy leaves, carefully packaged. Love Baker's Creek.
What are the pros? Lush and green looking
These came in less than nothing...No waste I loved that!!
Plus the plants where so lush and green with a great root system.
I think these are going to be great!!!
I wish we could post pictures to our reviews =(
I started mine all in hanging pots..1 to each pot...Hoping this will be good for while till I can make room in my small garden for them.
Wish me luck