Fragaria x ananassa ‘Cabot’
The extra-large berries, some nearly the size of a plum, are loaded with sweet, juicy flavor. This June Bearing strawberry produces heavy, consistent yields of medium-firm fruits that are wide and richly colored each year in mid-June to early July. This is the best-tasting, biggest berry to use for dipping in chocolate, making pies, sundaes or just eating fresh. Plant it in a patch by itself or in rows bordering a flower, vegetable, or herb garden. Grow it in hanging baskets, barrels, grow-bags, or patio pots. When planted in the ground, apply 2-4″ of weed-free straw mulch in mid to late November for winter protection. It thrives in full sun with well-drained, loamy soil.

Hardy Zones 4-7.
Disease Resistance: red stele

Full Sun
Height 8-10″
Plant 12-18″ Apart

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