Cavendish Strawberry Plants


Quantity Price
500 $144.90
1,000 $231.00
5,000 $219.45 / per 1,000
25,000 $207.90 / per 1,000

Cavendish strawberry, which originates in Nova Scotia, is the result of a cross between two varieties known for their winter hardiness and attractive, large fruit. It produces high yields that ripen over a long growing season. Excellent flavor and overall quality of the fruit makes this variety a good choice for commercial and home use. Cavendish is highly resistant to red stele and has some resistance to Verticillium wilt. 

(Annapolis x Glooscap)          

Berry Size: Large
Best in Zones: 3 - 7
Firmness: Firm
Freezing Quality: Excellent
Resistant to: Verticillium, Red Stele
Ships as: Bare Root
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We recommend a soil pH level of 6.5 - 6.8 for strawberry plants.
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This June Bearing Strawberry Plant bears fruit 1 year after planting.
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This is what a bundle of 25 strawberry bare roots looks like when it is shipped.
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One of our Top Ten Strawberry varieties!


john w,it was in the description,they were bred in Nova Scotia,Canada,

Home Grower
Zone 5

I have to say, I'm disappointed by Cavendish. I'm in Rhode Island and the berries grew fine, nice size/color/yield, but the FLAVOR was terrible. They were either sour or "watery"/mild and all berries had a strange bitter aftertaste! (I've never tasted that before in a strawberry.) I also grew Seascape and those are better. But I'm planning to take these out and replace with hopefully SWEET berries! Cavendish is not worth the effort!

Home Grower
Zone 6

My second year plants have been pushing wonderful fruit out for the last couples weeks. Fantastic flavor..

Mike G.
Home Grower
Zone 6

Large fruit, excellent sweet flavor, doing well in sandy Cape Cod soil. Much better quality than Sparkle.

John P
Home Grower
Zone 6

Did good growing and producing a first crop. All be it a slightly milder taste and smaller when compared to strawberries like the Annapolis it did have a few issues in 2019. Growing area was Central Minnesota and I must say, although they produced fair enough for their first year, the berries had problems such as if a spot was on the wet dirt (2019 was our wettest year on record) it wouldn't redden up and would mush before turning red so make sure you plant them in well draining areas. Other then this, they made a good berry and the plants were very vigorous and seemed to do well surviving last winter.

Home Grower
Zone 4

These are by far the best strawberries that I have grown ! The berries were large , tastes great and the plants did not need any special care .
I am planting a larger strawberry patch this year and plan to reorder this variety.

Home Grower
Zone 8

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