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For those of you who complain that San Andreas has no flavor, the problem is not in the plant but the soil. I have had them in several different locations around Twisp Wa. and cannot believe what a good berry they are. Mine did very well, while a friend 50 some miles away groused about how he tore them out. Its the soil. I consistantly amend my soil with worm casings and use Vitazyme. Mine are huge, productive and very tasty.Judy a Brezina
very nice plants and produced VL berriestim h
This is the first time I have planted and raised strawberries in three or four decades, so I was thrilled that 22 of the 25 plants I planted, survived and are bearing berries for me. I actually pinched the blooms the first time they bloomed, as that was what my dad always told me make the plants healthier. They bloomed a second time this summer and the fruit has been delicious. The plants are hearty and putting out runners like crazy!!Brenda M
We are have good luck growing them in our “stackers”. Still picking the berries. So sweetLynn W
Ordered these barefoot plants for a family friend for her 1st hydroponic garden. She was very pleased with the taste and yield. Great plants!!Daniel B.
Excellent flavor fast growingAshes Acre