Product review for Gurney's® Whopper Strawberries
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- Thursday, February 26, 2009
High death rate 2 years
Reviewed By: Joan (Cary, IL)
I have ordered these 2 years in a row, and had them die. Last spring only 1 plant survived. I even tried at my mom's well established garden and nothing worked. I don't know what killed them off, and the few strawberries we had the first year were good, but not worth the work if nothing grows.
- Thursday, February 25, 2010
Reviewed By: Kelly (Ogden, Utah)
I am glad everyone that sent in reviews are having great success. I have ordered these and only two plants took off and grew and sent out new plants. Never any large strawberries. The company was very good at sending me more plants. I was again excited but I maybe got one large strawberry the rest were regular size and they did not produce like my other strawberries do.
- Thursday, June 17, 2010
DO NOT RECOMMEND!!!
Reviewed By: KA (Pennsylvania, PA)
Absolutely terrible. Full of bugs!!! Rot before they are even close to ripe. If you pick early (with the tip still white) the tops are all mushy and starting to rot. Flavorless!! Extremely prolific, they will take over; juicy but tasteless; not huge more like medium to large. Extremely disappointed. A waste of time and money. I am riping out after this season and planting more earliglow- not those are excellent!
- Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Reviewed By: Curt Campbell (Wabash, Indiana)
Berries where not extremely large like advertized. I didnot get a harvest because all of the berries where mushy and fla tasting. I had Honeye right next to it that were as big, tasted great and where not mushy. We did have an over abundant amount of rain this year.
- Sunday, June 27, 2010
Reviewed By: Pat Mix (Leo, IN)
I order these berries last year and pinched off the flowers and was really disappointed this year when they rotted before they got ripe and the ones that did ripen they were not as big as advertised and seedy. I barly had any crop at all this year. I'll give them one more year to prove themselves and then there gone. Very disappointing.