● It lives up to its, white strawberry ! Due to its strong tolerance for heat and humidity as well as ease of cultivation, this cordon type was a cash crop for English farmers and backyard gardeners for decades!
● A fantastic white strawberry that you can stake and watch grow straight up with little side Branches!
How to plan
● Since white strawberry grow best in weather, try to wait to sow seeds until the soil warms up in the spring and all risk of frost has passed.
● Transplant white strawberry for the fall season around 100 days before the first anticipated frost. It will be simpler to grow white strawberry from seed indoors and then transfer them outside. ● Plant 3–4 seeds per hole in a raised bed that is 6 inches tall, if direct sowing. In rows that are separated by 4-5 feet, space holes 2-4 feet apart (from hole to hole). Rows should be at least three feet apart for plants that are staked or caged. Rows should be spaced 4 to 5 feet apart for supporting plants.
● Plant 3–4 seeds in a container at a depth of 1/2 inch before transplanting. To avoid plants from drying out too much and withering, it is better to transplant tomato plants in the evening or on an overcast day.
● Pour water into the perforations, then wait for it to absorb. Carefully remove the plants from their containers or flats and place them in the transplant holes.
● Set the transplants in the ground with a portion of the stem buried, just a little bit deeper than it had been growing. Around the plant, tamp down the earth lightly. Each plant should have a water-holding region that is slightly recessed. After planting, water the Plants.
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