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flamenco strawberries review

by Diane - December 3rd, 2014.
Filed under: Suttons Seeds, Thompson and Morgan.

flamenco strawberries review – I’m going to be getting a couple of plants to test out over the next year. They’re supposed to be prolific fruiters from July until October. They sound a fantastic addition to my current strawberry bed.
Flamenco was bred by the renowned East Malling Research, Kent.

T&M reckon that from only 12 mature Flamenco Strawberry plants you will be able to harvest a bumper crop of 10kg (22lb) of fruit in one cropping season from mid May until November, with the peak of the fruit produced in early September.

That’d be pretty impressive!

Aromel are supposed to last until October fruiting too.

From Suttons

Strawberry Plants – Flamenco
24 plants
This superb strawberry will give you a regular supply of strawberries throughout the summer. British bred, it produces a good crop of large, bright red, deliciously flavoursome fruit. Equally tasty eaten fresh from the plant with cream or sugar, or for making jam. Why not grow a few plants on the patio and enjoy them freshly picked! Everbearer variety. Summer isn’t summer without strawberries!Plants supplied will be strong, open-ground runners (plants), certified under the Plant Health Propagation Scheme (PHPS). All plants will be hand graded and selected before packing.