Sold Out for 2020. We recommend Jewel as a substitute for Cabot.
Cabot strawberries are huge and have excellent flavor. This mid-late-season June-bearing strawberry plant does not waste much energy on runners (leaving more plant vigor for berry size and production). The fruit has a conical shape, and is medium-firm and is the biggest berry on the block! Developed in Nova Scotia, this plant is winter-hardy and adaptive throughout zones 4 to 8.
• Late Mid-Season: ripens about 7 days after AC Wendy • Huge fruit size • Excellent flavor • Moderately firm berry • Good freezing quality • Poor runner production • Resistant to Red Stele and Powdery Mildew, tolerant of Leaf Spot • Perennial in zones 4-8 • Self-pollinating
*Patented varieties cannot be propagated without permission. Royalty fees are included in their price