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Portola Strawberry Plant is a strong day-neutral strawberry variety from California.  Fruit is lighter in color than most everbearers and should be harvested before fully red.  It has good flavor with a large crop that is as early as Evie-2.  This variety will perform in warmer climates.  Recommended for beginners.

Portola Strawberry Plants

Portola Strawberry Plant is a strong day-neutral strawberry variety from California.  Fruit is lighter in color than most everbearers and should be harvested before fully red.  It has good flavor with a large crop that is as early as Evie-2.  This variety will perform in warmer climates.  Recommended for beginners.

U.S. Plant Patent #20,552

Berry Size:
Large/VL
Best in Zones:
4 - 7
Firmness:
Firm
Flavor:
Good
Freezing Quality:
Fair
Resistant to:
n/a
Portola special features
We recommend a soil pH level of 6.5 - 6.8 for strawberry plants. We also recommend adding sand to our soil. Bare root strawberry plants need to have well draining soil. Add at least 30 percent and mix in with a rich compost type soil.
Portola special features
Portola Strawberry Plant bears fruit 12-14 weeks after planting.To double your fruit we would recommend pinching of the flowers. Every flower you pinch you will receive two flowers. You can produce a pint of strawberries per plant. Patience will pay huge rewards.
Portola special features
Price includes a royalty or usage fee. Patent laws or license contracts prohibit propagation of the variety for resale or trade. Export from U.S. is prohibited.

Avoid Common Mistakes Planting Portola

  • Read free planting guide 1-3 months before planting.
  • Plants will fail to flourish if roots are too deep or too shallow.
  • Pack soil firmly around the roots.
  • Do not plant near wild plants or plants whose origins are unknown.
  • Water well one to three times a week, not every day.
  • Avoid fertilizer burn by fertilizing only after plants are established.
  • Do not soak plants in water more than 1 hour!
  • For planting instructions please Go Here!