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Berri Basket® White
 

Berri Basket® White

Everbearing, compact and bushy plants bear large, full-flavored berries.

Spacing: 18in (45cm)
Exposure: Full Sun - 6+ hours direct sun
Days to harvest: 75-85

Description
Planting Instructions
Care Tips/Maintenance

 

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Melon Fruit Salad

Melon Fruit Salad

Ingredients

Watermelon
Blueberries
Strawberries
Raspberries
Juice of 2 lemons
2 tbsp light brown sugar
Slivers of fresh mint or lemon balm

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Try Berri Basket in hanging baskets and let it trail down. In a couple months, you can expect to begin harvesting deep red berries continuing until frost. This variety’s white flowers really stand out against its dark green foliage, adding ornamental value – so it looks just as good as it tastes.

Planting Instructionsback/top ↑
Plant strawberries in full sun in fertile, well-drained soil.

• Choose a sunny location (6+ hours of sun) and dig a hole about two times as wide as your pot.

• Remove your plant from the pot by loosening the soil and tipping it out into your hand. Place your plant in the soil about as deep as it was in the pot.

• Refill the space around your plant with soil and press lightly to compact the dirt, keeping your plant firmly in the ground.

• Water immediately to settle the soil, and add more soil as needed, bringing it level to the rest of your garden.

Care Tips/Maintenanceback/top ↑
When planting in the ground, mulch strawberry plants well to keep down weeds and conserve moisture. Water as needed all season to keep soil evenly moist, keeping your eye out for the first sign of wilt. Wilting is a sure sign that your strawberries need water. Feed with an all-purpose fertilizer to ensure your bountiful harvest.

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