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We cannot ship strawberry plugs to California.
Not Available to ship to: AZ, CA, CO, ID, MT, NM, NV, OR, UT, WA
Planting Strawberry Plugs are the best way to get the sweetest and largest strawberries available in Spring. Plant in October and you will be picking delicious berries the following Spring! Your family will enjoy picking fresh sweet strawberries out of your garden. Nothing is better than delicious strawberry pie made with fresh home grown strawberries. Find that favorite pound cake recipe and top it off with some fresh sliced strawberries from your own garden. We have two delicious varieties available that will quickly become a family favorite.
Camarosa is one of the most common varieties of strawberry grown. It produces a big yield of berries, and the berries are large with good form and stand up well to storage and shipping. They have a wonderful sweet flavor too. These strawberry plants grow between 6 and 12 inches tall and wide. Depending on where you live, they will ripen and be ready to harvest between February and June. Expect to be able to harvest Camarosa berries a little earlier than other varieties you have tried.
These strawberries grow well in beds and patches in the garden, but they also make good container plants. If your space is limited, grow in pots on a patio or porch. Just be sure to pick a spot that is in full sun for the best results when growing Camarosa strawberries.
Camarosa strawberries are good for eating fresh, preserves and wonderful pies.
Camarosa produces early before Chandler and Sweet Charlie.
Hardy in Zones 4-8.
50 (1 tray) $ 38.95
100 (2 trays) 72.95
150 (3 trays) 109.95
200 (4 trays) 142.95
300 (6 trays) 209.95
500 (10 trays) 325.00
1000 (20 trays) 525.00
Due to the size and the weight of the trays there is a $2.00 – $5.00 shipping charge per tray added to the standard shipping costs based on quantity.
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