18 Plants. Early season. Canadian variety! AC Wendy Junebearing Plant (fragaria x ananassa) (Pat. 18,340, was developed by the Kentville Research Station in Nova Scotia. An Evangeline cross, Wendy's fruit are larger than Evangeline. The berry is wedge-shaped to conic, with firm, bright red colored flesh. Wendy has excellent sweet fresh flavor. Plants are vigorous and runner well. They are susceptible to vertcillium wilt. Frost damage potential, very early flowering. Trials showed Wendy to be highly productive, of good quality, and it held its fruit size throughout the season. We highly recommend this new variety. Zones 3-8. Size: 12 cm-18 plants.
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Huge plant, growing well. Survived a late freeze and frost and is producing flowers.