Growing Strawberries - Knowledgebase Question

Name: Bob Spies
Glen Rose, Te
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Question by spiebo77
April 18, 2009
Will alpine strawberries do well in North Texas (FT. Worth)? I have sandy loam soil on an organic program and plenty of ground (10 acres(.

Answer from NGA
April 18, 2009
Alpine strawberries will grow in Texas but they won't produce well in the heat. As everyone knows, there are hundreds of varieties out there, but only a few perform admirably for the home gardener?namely Chandler, Sequoia and Douglas. I'd stick with those for best harvest.

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