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Strawberry, Cavendish

Strawberry, Cavendish

Annapolis x Glooscap

Family: Rosaceae

Bundle of 10 plants

Bare root bundle

Sourced from Massachusetts


Large fruit. Hardy. Ripens over long season.


  • General Information

    Recommended Spacing (ft) 1 - 1.5
    Mature Width (ft) 2
    Mature Height (ft) 0.6
    Pollination Needs Self-pollinating
    Bloom Time May to June
    Ripens/Harvest May to June
    Soil pH 6.5 - 6.8
    Soil Type Sandy Loam
    Soil Moisture Moist, well-drained
    Sun Preference Full Sun, Partial Shade, Shade
    Taste Sweet
    Texture Firm


  • Description

    Cavendish strawberry, which originates in Nova Scotia, is the result of a cross between two varieties known for their winter hardiness and attractive, large fruit. It produces high yields that ripen over a long growing season. Excellent flavor and overall quality of the fruit make this variety a good choice for commercial and home use. Cavendish is highly resistant to red stele and has some resistance to Verticillium wilt. 

    This June Bearing strawberry plant bears fruit 1 year after planting. 

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