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Flamenco Everbearing Strawberries

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Misc Self fertile
Soil Acidic
Fruiting Mid Season Fruiting, Late Season
Type Eating

Fragaria x ananassa Flamenco

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Flamenco Strawberry Bushes - Everbearing / Repeating

Description of Flamenco Plants & Fruit:
Flamenco is a late season everbearing strawberry plant (also called a repeating or remontant bush).
The fruit are large, firm, juicy and the flavour is very good.
It's a must have for strawberry addicts - it can keep on producing flushes of fruit from late July until the end of September in most years. In the Indian summer of 2009, we picked our last fruit in the second week of October!

Browse all of our other Strawberry Plants for Sale here.

Characteristics of Flamenco Bushes:

  • Everbearing from late July till winter - can produce over a kilo of fruit.
  • Just over half the fruit will be large, the rest will be small-medium.
  • Firm fruit do not bruise easily & freeze well.
  • Good disease resistance.

Growing Flamenco Strawberry Plants:

For the longest possible season, it is best to grow Flamenco under glass.

Read our detailed information on how to grow Strawberries here.

Background Information on Flamenco Strawberry Bushes:

Bred in 1995 and released in 2002.


Bareroot planting is best done between October and April
Bareroot and potted - what's the difference?

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