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Albion Strawberry

Original price $18.99 - Original price $18.99
Original price
$18.99
$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

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Amy M.
Chipmunks and birds leave this variety alone

I have had a terrible time with chipmunks stripping all of my hood plants bare before the berries even turn red. Those that do turn slightly red get pecked at by robins. This is with bird netting, which is completely ineffective.

However, two years in a row and they don't touch the albions! I have read that the birds will leave your plants alone once their birds have fledged - perhaps that is the same with the chipmunks? Perhaps the late fruiting or something else about this variety is not desirable. I don't even have to bother with netting!

And the flavor is great!

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Charlie L.
Arrived in poor condition

Strawberries arrived black in color covered in white mold. Planted them in garden weeks ago only 3 out of 25 grew. Wish I would have tried to get my money back. I have grow albions for many years and these are the poorest plants I have received.

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Lauri C.
Albion strawberries.

I’m not sure yet. I watched the video and planted them the day after I received them. Some of them were slimy and those seem to be the ones that aren’t beginning to show leaves. I’m hoping the roots were strong enough to overcome any degradation. I think that some of your employees are much better at packaging the bare root plants.

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james d.
strawberry plants

onley been 1 week since planted & they are taking off already THANK YOU

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mathew j.

The straberries arrived way to early.

Snow on the ground and it was frozen.

Had the bed ready last fall,but the nights

were way below frezzing.

Fater a few weeks planted them.

Half were dead.

mj

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