rainbowgardener wrote:Most often they tell you not to let strawberries fruit at all the first season, while they are getting established. They will be setting flowers/ fruit, you just might want to keep removing them.
This may be true with June bearing, but I find that day neutral fruit well the first year. I recommend your remove the first flush of blossoms early, then let them fruit late Summer~Fall. Day neutrals will give you a slightly larger crop the second year and you should think about replacing them year 3.
Seascape is the variety I grow and sell. Each plant will give you a "King berry" and about 1/2 pound of fruit per plant.