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Gurney's® Whopper Junebearing Strawberry
Eye-Popping Fruit Size
(37 customer reviews)
Possibly the biggest strawberry of all! Juicy fruit can be as big as peaches! A prolific, finely flavored Junebearer. Zones 5-10.
This item ships only in the spring.
If our spring shipping season is closed, your order will be shipped the following spring.
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- Friday, February 08, 2013
Reviewed By: Angela Arthofer (Bath, Pa)
Plants looked dried out when shipped. Planted in spring 2011 approximately 25 plants. In spring 2012 we lost 1/2 from the winter. The ones that were left produced a fair amount of strawberries excellent flavor and all at least as big as a half dollar. When they were done fruiting; they almost completely took over shooting runners EVERWHERE. I transplanted the runners and will see how they do after this winter.
- Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Reviewed By: Kay (Clarkesville, GA)
Love these berries. We have gotten some 4 inches cross and they are just as sweet as the smaller ones. I have been able to share the runner plants with friends and family and they all have loved them. They are so easy to grow. The only bad thing I can think of is we have to wait all winter to eat freash ones.
- Monday, February 13, 2012
Didn't do well in NW
Reviewed By: Amy (Duvall, WA)
I planted these at my home at the west base of the Cascades and they've done very little. They seem to rott very easily; not good in the damp NW. Their taste is so-so. I've had much better luck with other strawberry varieties.
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