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‘Seascape’ Strawberry Everbearing-Day Neutral Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & MWe Chandler Strawberry Plants- Fragaria x ananassa June Bearing Zone 4-9 MONTEREY Strawberry Everbearing-Day Neutral.  U.C.  Fragaria x ananassa  Zone 4-8

‘Seascape’ Strawberry Everbearing-Day Neutral Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & MWe


  • This is one of the easiest fruit plants to grow in the home garden.
  • You will need to set aside a portion of your garden to maintain this perennial plant; planting your bare root or seedlings between 8 - 12 inches apart.
  • Seascape is the variety of strawberry plant that we sell, and it is grown extensively in the Pajaro Valley in commercial fields and private gardens.
  • Bare root stock is received in November and one begins bringing them to market in December.
  • This is a perfect time to plant them for the earliest harvest.
  • Depending on the weather, you may begin to see flower bud clusters shortly after planting.
  • It is best to remove those early buds to encourage root development.
  • Later in the season, the plant will send out runners.
  • It is also best to cut those back to encourage more fruit.
  • In late fall you may allow the runners to grow and develop new plants for the following season.
  • You can pull the older plants out every two years as the strawberry patch matures.
  • Seascape was developed by UC Davis as an ever bearing strawberry plant that produces consistently throughout the season (March - October). It does not require a lengthy dormant period or intense chilling so is more productive in our moderate coastal climate. And the berry tastes really good!
  • For urban gardeners, strawberry plants do well in large containers like half wine barrels or three to five gallon pots.
  • Full sun is critical to fruit production so make sure you have a good sunny location before investing time and energy into container gardening.
  • There are so many ways to enjoy strawberries that I couldn't really decide on just one. My favorite way to enjoy strawberries? Eaten warm in the garden!
  • Zone: 4-8


Chandler Strawberry Plants- Fragaria x ananassa June Bearing Zone 4-9 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M

  • Chandler strawberry plants are June-bearers
  • They can be grown well in matted rows (although they will likely perform better with commercial plasticulture systems).
  • When they are healthy, the mature plants will grow to be about 8 inches tall and spread 1 foot across, but their roots are shallow.In warmer climates like southern California or Florida, Chandler strawberry plants will be ready for harvest beginning, oftentimes, in March with a harvest that can last up to 3-4 weeks.
  • Very Good Commercial Variety
  • Particularly with for Growing in the Coastal States and Southern States
  • Excellent Choice for Pick-Your-Own Strawberry Operations or U-Pick Farms
  • Very Large Strawberries Are Produced
  • High Yield of Strawberries
  • Excellent Flavor Profile
  • Zone: 4-9

MONTEREY Strawberry Everbearing-Day Neutral U.C. Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M

  • EVERBEARING. Monterey is moderate in day-neutrality, slightly stronger flowering than Albion with a similar production pattern.
  • It has a vigorous plant and may require slightly more space than Albion. the fruit from
  • Monterey is slightly larger but less firm than for Albion.
  • Post harvest traits for Monterey are similar to those for Albion.
  • Monterey has outstanding flavor with a distinct sweet aftertaste that is unique among California cultivars.
  • Monterey has a good disease resistant profile, although it is susceptible to powdery mildew (Sphaerotheca macularis); this disease will require close control by both nursey and fruit growers in order to farm this cultivar successfully.
  • Nursery productivity for Montery is exceptional.
  • Modern day-neutral cultivars are more consistent producing berries than the older ‘everbearing’ cultivars, which tended to produce fruit early in summer and then again late in the summer with a big non-bearing gap in between.
  • Zone 4-8


SWEET SWEET ANN STRAWBERRY- EVERBEARING-DAY NEUTRAL LCN Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M ALBION STRAWBERRY- EVERBEARING-DAY NEUTRAL UC Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M STELLA STRAWBERRY- LCN STRAWBERRY- JUNE BEARING  Fragaria x ananassa  Zone 4-8

SWEET SWEET ANN STRAWBERRY- EVERBEARING-DAY NEUTRAL LCN Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M

  • EVERBEARING-DAY NEUTRAL
  • A vigorous plant with high productivity and exceptional flavor.
  • Fruit is large size, attractive, and a beautiful long conical shape, medium firmness with a good acid-sugar balance and very sweet tasting, with a medium glossy red exterior/interior color, and produces few runners in the fruiting field.
  • Sweet Ann has displayed signs of being a highly disease resistant variety, stronger than that of Albion.
  • An excellent choice for the Organic Industry.
  • Zone 4-8

ALBION STRAWBERRY- EVERBEARING-DAY NEUTRAL UC Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M


  • EVERBEARING VARIETY-DAY NEUTRAL.
  • The new gold standard of the industry in terms of flavor, Albion is a Day-neutral (ever-bearing) cultivar.
  • It was bred to replace “Diamante” in the market and has done so and more.
  • Fruiting plants of “Albion” are similar in size and vigor to “Diamante”, but more open and more erect than plants of “Diamante”.
  • “Albion” is quite resistant to Verticillium wilt (Verticillium dahliae) and Phytophthora crown rot (Phytophthora cactorum), and relatively resistant to Anthracnose crown rot (Colletotrichum acutatum). When treated properly, it has tolerance to two-spotted spidermites (Tetranychus urticae).
  • Fruit from “Albion” is typically long, conical, and very symmetrical. Fruit for “Albion” is firm. External and internal fruit color for “Albion” is dark.
  • Southern California fruit growers are experimenting with early dug Albion as an alternative to Camarosa, Ventana, and Palomar. Albion fruits consistently throughout the season. One downside is that Albion produces many runners that must be cut to maintain high production.
  • ZONE: 4-8

STELLA STRAWBERRY- LCN STRAWBERRY- JUNE BEARING Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M


  • JUNE BEARING.
  • A Early heavy producer.
  • Large fruit, dark red inside and out, uniformly conic shape throughout its production cycle.
  • Fruit is Very Sweet, aromatic, and firm but not crunchy.
  • This variety is heat & rain tolerant but does downsize late in the season and has a high nitrogen requirement.
  • ZONE: 4-8

CAMAROSA STRAWBERRY- LCN STRAWBERRY- JUNE BEARING  Fragaria x ananassa  Zone 4-8 BENICIA STRAWBERRY-JUNE BEARING  Fragaria x ananassa  Zone 4-8 SAN ANDREAS EVERBEARING-DAY NEUTRAL   Fragaria x ananassa  Zone 4-7

CAMAROSA STRAWBERRY- LCN STRAWBERRY- JUNE BEARING Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M

  • JUNE BEARING.
  • Camarosa is an early short day variety.
  • This vigorous plant produces large to very large firm fruit throughout most of its fruiting cycle.
  • Interior color of Camarosa is a brilliant red and fruit colors uniformly.
  • Yield potential is high to excellent in U.C. performance test.
  • ZONE: 4-8


BENICIA STRAWBERRY-JUNE BEARING Fragaria x ananassa Zone 4-8 Recommended for Texas by Texas A & M