I've had the plants for two fruiting seasons in west Oregon. The plants are healthy, easy to care for. Large berries produced - some golf ball size and bigger. An issue is the color - these are a pale red / orange color that makes them look not quite ripe so some customers walk away. Also this variety is HIGHLY susceptible to leather rot - any moisture at all during harvest will leave you throwing away a minimum of 10% and up to 50% of your crop no matter what preventative pesticides utilized.Benjamin S
These came on after the EarliGlo as expected. I lost a few plants, I suspect due to inconsistent watering and very high daytime temperatures all of June and July, no rain. August came in more moderate and lots of rain, these plants took off and didn't stop. Lots of runners (pruned out except a few to fill in gaps), can't wait to try berries next year.RusticFarmer
Would absolutely recommend and buy again should need be.