Sequoia Strawberry Plant (Fragaria x ananassa ‘Sequoia’)
Sequoia Strawberry Plant
Are you looking for a plant to produce fresh, juicy strawberries in your edible landscape? Try one of our favorites, the Sequoia Strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa ‘Sequoia’)
The Sequoia Strawberry produces very large, dark red, plump, and sweet strawberries. Considered a “june-bearing” variety, production starts early in late Spring and lasts for several months and into Autumn.
The delicious fruit it produces is arguably one of the best tasting strawberries available! The berries start firm, but soften as they get larger.
The Sequoia Strawberry spreads via runners which fan out from the parent plant, to establish new plants. You can create quite the strawberry patch!
Try planting them in containers and placing them around your patio or deck where you can watch them grow daily.
The Sequoia Strawberry plant is incredibly resistant to nasty diseases like powdery mildew. Not to mention very heat resistant, which makes this plant fabulous for southern states.
Like most fruiting plants, the Sequoia prefers full sun, so it’s perfect for the sunny spots in your yard. Well-drained soils and consistent moisture is also key for producing large, healthy strawberry crops.
|Common name||Sequoia Strawberry Plant|
|Botanical name||Fragaria x ananassa 'Sequoia'|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||After Foliage Yellows|