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Albion Strawberry

Original price $18.99 - Original price $18.99
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$18.99 - $18.99
Current price $18.99
SKU E401

Fragaria ananassa 'Albion'

Albion has large, firm, conical fruit with a deliciously sweet flavor. Enjoy large harvests of these delectable day neutral, everbearing strawberries for many months in the summer and fall.

Albion also resists verticillium wilt, phytophthora crown rot and has some resistance to anthracnose crown rot. It is versatile, doing well in dry and hot or cooler summer areas. Shipped as 25 bareroot crowns.

USDA Zone: 4-9

Mature Size:  6" (Groundcover)

Sun: Full Sun to Part Shade

Ripening Time: June - October

Pollination: Self Fertile

Read our Strawberry Growing Guide


Size Options: 25 Bareroot Crowns


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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Albion Strawberry

I've purchased Albion before from multiple nurseries and they always seem to do exceptionally well. The plants are robust and the fruit is sweet and enjoyable even before being completely ripe. I would definitely consider buying these again and recommend them for Southern California gardens along with Chandler and Eversweet.

Rose M.
Quite tasty, looking forward to more berries this year.

I ordered 25 crowns and there ended up being 26 in the bundle, for starters. They took off last spring and produced a modest handful of berries each over the course of that summer/fall as well as a decent number of runners that I planted up. This year, they ve been moved to much larger planters and are already starting to flower in April! Judging by the number of buds already coming up, this year s harvest will be much more prodigious.

Michael M.
Albion Strawberry

I grow Albion Strawberries in my hoop house in Western Washington every year. As long as they are replaced every year they do well and produce large tasty berries for a long time regardless of the heat or cold. As fall comes the cold nights combined with the high humidity causes berry rot but Albions are much better than the other ever bearers I have tried.