Product review for Gurney's® Whopper Junebearing Strawberry
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- Tuesday, March 09, 2010
Reviewed By: KING SNAG (Sacramento, California)
Today March 8th, i received my Whopper Strawberries.I will be posting my progress on this review board.Wish me luck and any advise will be helpful. Thank you
- Tuesday, April 13, 2010
Reviewed By: edward (gilbertown, alabama)
order 25 plants last year planted in small containers because i was moving they died from lack of space or so i thought replanted the few survivors now months later there are between 50 and 75 plants all with very large berries and its only april more berries than ever dreamed this early on thanks
- Thursday, April 15, 2010
Reviewed By: Regina (West Mansfield, ohio)
The strawberries lived up to their name.The plants have been loaded with huge berries for three years and we have given away lots of plants. We wanted to move our 14x20 bed this year so we ordered new plants. They arrived in excellent condition .
- Saturday, April 24, 2010
Reviewed By: matt mcmahill (Frannie, Wyoming)
We planted our collection Spring 2009 with thoughts of oops we're not a zone 5! more like 3.5, at the base of the Big Horn Mtns. They got planted in a bed that resides in the corner of a dog eared fence. As winter came closer, we worried a little, in a area known for extreme cold. This spring Gurney's Whoppers we the first thing to pop through the mulch! Surviving and thriving!
- Thursday, May 27, 2010
Reviewed By: KA (Edgar Co. , IL)
We planted these last spring. We had a very wet spring and so held the bare root plants in the fridge for five days until we had a break in the weather and the soil was more workable. I had them heeled in for quite awhile-- the plants stayed there long enough to put on some good growth. (Too good, I think. They should have been moved sooner). I ended up moving only half of them due to time and weather contraints. The ones that I moved were fertilized with a fish emulsion. These soon showed me that they were not very happy about being moved after thier roots had already done so much growing! The half that ended up growing in the original spot looked much happier and were never fertilized. Come this spring, both halves looked very happy! The unfertilized plants are just as large, productive and flavorful as the ones that I had moved and fertilized. I have never seen soooo many blooms as what these have!