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Add a strawberry patch to your garden

How to enjoy one of the season's first harvests in your own backyard


Strawberry plant varieties: Junebearers

'Annapolis'
Season: Early
Hardiness: Good
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Resistant to red stele, susceptible to powdery mildew

'Chambly'

Season: Mid
Hardiness: Excellent
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Susceptible to powdery mildew

'Evangeline' (early flowers may be susceptible to frost)
Season: Early
Hardiness: Good
Productivity: Average
Diseases: Susceptible to red stele

'Glooscap'
Season: Mid
Hardiness: Very good
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Resistant to leaf spot, leaf scorch; susceptible to red stele

'Harmonie'
Season: Late
Hardiness: Very good
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Resistant to leaf spot

'Kent'
Season: Mid
Hardiness: Very Good
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Susceptible to red stele, verticillium wilt

'Sable'
Season: Early
Hardiness: Good
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Susceptible to powdery mildew

'Sparkle'
Season: Late
Hardiness: Good
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Some resistance to red stele

'Veestar'
Season: Early
Hardiness: Good
Productivity: Good
Diseases: Susceptible to red stele, verticillium wilt

* Note: Finding specific hardiness zone information for strawberry cultivars is difficult. As a general guide, "good" is likely Zone 5, "very good" Zone 4 and "excellent" Zone 3.

 

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