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Quinault Strawberry Plants
(Bundle of Approximately 25)

Produces Large Sweet Fruit

Item Number: FP771

$5.99/Bundle

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Sold out for the season. Available again in December 2017/January 2018.

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$5.99/Bundle

Out of Stock.

Sold out for the season. Available again in December 2017/January 2018.

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Description

  • Everbearer Day Neutral
  • Quinault produces large, sweet fruit, good for desserts, preserves and eating fresh.
  • Not suggested for freezing.
  • Recommended for Alaska, the Pacific Northwest and the Midwest.
  • Non-GMO plants

Strawberries are extremely adaptable and are grown in every state in the U.S. Plants generally grow 6”–8” tall and 12” across, are shallow–rooted, and benefit from mulch such as straw, pine needles, or plastic. Prefer a soil rich in all the basic nutrients with a pH of 6–6.5. Susceptible to root rot and must be planted in well-drained soil, with crown set at soil level. Yield under the best of conditions is about one basket per plant per season.

June Bearers generally produce a single large crop in spring to early summer (as early as March in warmer regions) and are prolific producers for 3 to 4 weeks. Pick the blossoms off June bearers the first year to boost production the second year.

Everbearers are not as prolific as June bearers but are especially suitable for growers who wish to harvest a constant supply of berries throughout the summer. Plant some of both to have a large harvest to preserve, and plenty to eat all summer!

Full Box Quantities The plant count of a full box is 1500. If you buy a box, you will end up paying only $0.11/plant. These ship directly from the supplier.

Features

  • Container Compatible
  • Good for Beginners
  • Long-Lived
  • Plant Spreads
  • Self-fruitful
  • Suited to Cold Climates
  • Thornless

Characteristics

Fruit is Good For Freezing, Fresh Eating, Jam/Jelly Shipped As Bare Root, Dormant
Plant Quantity Bundle Strawberry Fruiting Everbearers
Time to Fruit Production 1 Year Approximate Harvest Time Late Spring, Early Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall
Planting Time Spring, Winter
Fruit is Good For Freezing, Fresh Eating, Jam/Jelly
Shipped As Bare Root, Dormant
Plant Quantity Bundle
Strawberry Fruiting Everbearers
Time to Fruit Production 1 Year
Approximate Harvest Time Late Spring, Early Summer, Late Summer, Early Fall
Planting Time Spring, Winter

Useful Information

Planting & Growing Guide

Videos & Articles

Videos

Articles

What You May Need

Shipping Information

Cannot ship to the following states: HI, PR, VI, GU.

Shipping Weight: 1.75 lbs. Dimensions: 6"L x 3"W x 3"H

Guarantee

Limited Guarantee for Dormant Trees & Plants (When Planted in the Ground by April 1st)

Claim Deadline is June 1st (with the exception of persimmon trees, which have a deadline of June 15th)! Claims placed after June 1st (or June 15th for persimmon trees) will be denied.

What We Guarantee
Our only guarantee is that your dormant tree/plant will arrive in good, viable condition and will leaf out by May 15th (historically 98% of our trees do). This guarantee is only available to customers who purchased their tree/plant directly from us, and who planted their tree/plant in the ground by April 1st (or temporarily in a pot if the ground in their zone was still frozen solid).

What We Cannot Guarantee
We cannot guarantee that your tree/plant remains alive & healthy, or bears fruit, as there are too many variables beyond our control in order to do so (i.e. soil preparation, planting, fertilization, weed & pest control, adequate irrigation and/or drainage, chill hours, compatible hardiness for your zone, proper choice of pollinator, etc).

How to Request a Credit
If your tree/plant does not leaf out by May 15th, please perform a scratch test by checking for green under the bark, a few inches over the graft. If the scratch test reveals a brown cambium, that means your tree/plant is dead or dying. Watch our video titled Bare Root (Dormant) Warranty on how to perform this simple test. If the scratch test revealed that your plant is dead or dying, pull it from the ground and take pictures of the entire tree/plant, including the roots. Submit your claim & pictures by using the “Return an Item” tool on our Customer Service page (or email us at helpdesk@groworganic.com) no later than June 1st (or June 15th for persimmon trees). We will review your claim and issue you a credit (not a refund) for the purchase price of your tree/plant (excluding shipping).*

(*) We reserve the right to not issue credit for items purchased with credit, or if we determine (by the pictures you provide) that your tree/plant was improperly cared for (due to root rot, rodent or mechanical damage).

Reviews

Plants all dead

I ordered 25 transplants of the Quinault variety. I also ordered the Eversweet, which arrived in very good condition. The Quinault however looked either dead or still dormant. After two months in the ground the Quinault is all dead. Not even one grew.

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Dead plants

The bundle of Quinault strawberry plants came completely waterlogged and dead; not one good plant in the bunch.

Don\'t be confused by the one star. I tried to leave no stars, but the system won\'t allow that.

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Dead Quinault strawberry plants

I ordered 2 different bunch of strawberries honeoye and quinault. The honeoye were up and running in just 3 days from planting. The quinault strawberries seem to be a bad batch there is no sign of life. This the first time I order from this company and this is quite a let down. I\'m grateful the Honeoye are doing so very well.

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no grow

Only one out of 50 plants is budding after 10 days in the ground. I have misted them around five times each day while receiving direct sun. I suspect the Florida sun is too intense for them, but I am not getting the input from anyone that bareroot strawberries are highly sensitive to heat/sun. I have had up to six batches of 20/25 plants fail almost 100%, including these.

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2 Bundles of 25?

Well I guess for the price I can\'t complain, since one plant would cost as much at HD as the 15 I got In a bundle . It was pretty late in the season, the plants were pretty beat up. There was supposed to be 50 plants I counted 30. Of which 20 survived. I\'ve ordered bare root strawberry\'s before from other places. They weren\'t that chopped up. As soon as I got delivery I went right out and carefully separated them and planted.

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