1st year review: I planted 100 plants and all survived. All are thriving.Jaron
Great looking plants. Berries are good sized and taste great. Looking forward to years of good strawberries. Wishing I had planted them a few years ago.
2nd year on these and I just had to write a review. Every plant survived and have now at least doubled with the amount of sisters. I had a few berries the first year which was a bit of a surprise, but this year I am getting more berries than I know what to do with. They are big and very good tasting. My only issue is keeping the chipmunks away from them.dan coffey
Taking a chance with growing in zone 9 (west coast central Florida), but the bare root plants (all 25) are growing well, very well. I don't know how they will fare the summer heat, but zones north of here have 95 degree summers too. If anyone has any advice, please email me as to a more suitable variety in my zone. First time grower of strawberries and AC Wendy variety sounded so good that I had to try it.Bobby
I ordered and planted 25 bare root plants and not one plant produced as much as a leave. I am a very proficient gardener and have grown strawberries for many years.Jennifer
Very nice plants.Dwayne
22 of the 25 plants died within the first month. We had enriched the soil beforehand. I believe the plot is too wet and shaded. May not be related to the plants.Ed
Novice gardener here in zone 3 (yes....northern Minnesota..40 below!). 100 % success with these plants from Nourse in raised beds. Follow their excellent directions on their website and you will have great success. Mulch with weed-free straw over winter. And “yes”...they are deliciousBrian C.
selected several varieties of berries; strawberry, blackberry, raspberry etcBerrilicious
very pleased with all but the strawberry which was acceptable growth. all other berries had stupendous growth. perhaps I need to check the Ph