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Strawberries Quinault

Strawberries

Quinault:  The Quinault strawberry was developed at Washington State University to produce 2 crops of large, sweet berries each year. These large, soft and sweet berries are best for fresh eating, cooking or baking. Strawberry lovers who grow this variety themselves agree they have a consistently good flavor regardless of size. The flesh is pleasantly soft but not mushy. Because they have more soft flesh than other varieties, they are not good for freezing or commercial growing. Try making jams or jellies to preserve them if you can resist eating them all right away.

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Strawberries Quinault

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Strawberries

Strawberries are one of the easiest fruit to grow and great for beginners! The taste is far more flavorful than what you’ll ever find in a grocery store. The best thing about strawberries is that they’re very easy to grow in almost all climates and soils across the United States and Canada—as long as you plant them in a location that gets full sun. Moss Greenhouses grows 2 types of strawberries: Everbearing and Day Neutral.

  • Everbearing varieties produce a big crop in spring, produce lightly in the summer and then bear another crop in late summer/fall. These varieties form buds during the long days of summer and the short days of autumn. The summer-formed buds flower and fruit in autumn and the autumn-formed buds fruit the following spring.
  • Day-Neutral varieties produce fruit continuously through the season until the first frost: Insensitive to day length, these varieties produce buds, fruits and runners continuously if temperature remains between 35° and 85°F.