Strawberry Sequoia

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Sequoia strawberries are large, sweet and juicy. Plants stay a compact 6 to 8" inches tall and spread by above ground stems, developing new plants about every foot.  

"Extended Junebearing" better describes this variety as it usually produces for several weeks longer than traditional junesbearers. Arguably the most flavorful variety for the home garden and an added bonus is that the fruit is huge! The large berries should be eaten fast as they does not store well but with flavor this robust, it's never a issue! Released by the University of California in 1968 and proven hardy on the Front Range. Hardy to -30°F

Grows 6 to 8 inches high and 10 to 12 inches wide in full sun with rich soil and good drainage, and moderate water.

Fully rooted  plant in a 3" pot.

Photo of Fruit by Amy Grant, 2018

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  • 5
    Sequoia Strawberries

    Posted by Ariane on Nov 2nd 2020

    I recently purchased a dozen Sequoia strawberries from Cal Poly Nursery. I received them within days of my order and they were packed with great care for their shipping. They all had damp paper towels around them to keep them moist and keep the potting mix in place. All of them have new growth and look healthy. This was not the least expensive place to buy them, but it’s easy to see why they are worth the price. I’ve planted them and look forward to years of tasty strawberries.

  • 5
    Beautiful Strawberry Plants

    Posted by Mariam on Aug 4th 2020

    I received my order prepared by Kelsey and I have to say, these plants look amazing. They arrived well packaged and in great health. Thank you for a pleasant experience.

  • 4
    Healthy Plat, Strawberry is not sweet

    Posted by RShanbhag on May 21st 2020

    Plants are healthy, however the strawberry is not sweet.

  • 5
    Sequioa Strawberries

    Posted by Hina Hasan on May 19th 2020

    Grew so fast and are wonderful! Mines started to bloom a strawberry really quickly.

  • 4
    Sequoia strawberry

    Posted by Sharon on May 4th 2020

    So far so good went into the ground well and are looking good.