Name: Bob Spies
Glen Rose, Te
|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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