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What kind of Strawberry plant do you recommend? I remember Crocket's Victory Garden recommending an ever bearing one for the New England area.
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If you are interested in ever-bearing strawberries 'Fort Laramie', 'Ozark Beauty' and 'Ogallala' are the recommended cultivars for our area. There are also several different cultivars of both June-bearers and day neutral types. Below I have included a link that lists all of the different recommended cultivars as well as some information on growing strawberries.
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