Kent is a "mid-season" variety. The key to growing strawberries is to have several varieties that can produce from early summer (June bearing) to end of summer/early fall (everbearing).
Recommended for Quebec and Eastern/Central growing areas of Canada. Kent berries are large and firm, great for transport and you-pick. Will fruit in abundance the second year.
Plant in a well-drained, deep loamy fertile soil in full sun. Add lots of compost for fertility and production.
Plants grow best when started in cool moist soil in Spring.
These roots will require a box.
15 bareroot plants @ $24.95. Available in April 2023.
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