Strawberry Plants at Nourse Farms

strawberry plants at nourse farmsNourse Farms is a large supplier of strawberry plants.  Their farm is located in the Pioneer Valley of Western Massachusetts.  To gain a better understanding of what is involved in growing strawberry plants commercially, watch this multi-part series that was produced by Nourse Farms.  It covers more than just growing strawberries, but is interesting for anyone interested in strawberry production and commercial strawberry growers.


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You can visit Nourse Farm's website here.  For an extensive directory of strawberry retailers, see the Strawberry Plants for Sale directory.

Strawberry plants at Nourse Farms.

2 comments to Strawberry Plants at Nourse Farms

  • Mr. Strawberry

    If your dormant plants were planted correctly (they should be planted immediately upon receipt, if at all possible), they should sprout new leaflets relatively quickly. If yours have been planted for two weeks with no signs of life, it is probable that they are permanently dormant (i.e. dead).

  • debbie

    I purchased dormant plants from a catalog. I planted according to directions, nearly two weeks ago. How long will the plants remain dormant in the planting mixture? I am wondering if they are not already dead. Please help! Thanks for any and all advice.

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