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Chandler Strawberry Plugs


The Chandler variety is recommended for southern planting and produces very large, firm fruit. June-bearing strawberries are a great choice for beginners because they are easy to grow. Requires full sun. Fragaria x ananassa.

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Be sure to check out our Strawberry Growing Guide for more tips & tricks on successfully growing strawberries in your garden.

Our Hoss Chandler Strawberry variety is recommended for southern planting. This variety produces a large, delicious fruit that is often described as having an intense strawberry flavor. Chandler has become a very popular variety because of its sweetness, unlike other varieties that have traded taste for greater disease resistance or increased yields.

Chandler strawberries are a vigorous, high-yielding, June-bearing fruit. The fruit can vary from being long and wedge-shaped to large and conical; they have brilliant red color, are glossy, and have an exceptional flavor profile. Easy to grow for the beginner. This variety is excellent for freezing. Planting in late October-early November, you will be harvesting fruit the following spring! In warmer climates, this variety can often begin harvest time in March with a harvest that can last up to 3-4 weeks. A great variety for the family to enjoy! When the plants are healthy, the mature plants will grow on average 8 inches tall and spread 1 foot across with a shallow root system.

The Chandler strawberry variety is susceptible to leaf spot, leaf scorch, and red stele but is tolerant of gray mold. Chandlers are typically ready for harvest 4-6 weeks after blossoming.

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Chandler Strawberry Planting Information:


Planting Method: transplant

When to Plant: early spring and fall

Plant Spacing: 12" - 18"

Disease Resistance: Tolerant of gray mold

Sun Requirements: Full


Customer Reviews

Based on 4 reviews

Very nice plants...well packaged. Worth the money


They arrived very well packed..My second set came a disarray...I contacted Hoss and they took care of it very fast...I'm glad to still see customer service so well done...They are number one in my book...they plants are doing very well..very nice.


Order these several months ago. Said would be delivered in October but haven’t received them yet.

Larry McConkey
5 out of 5

wow, Hoss knows how to make the customer impressed and happy, I was expecting bare root plants, but these were fantastic plants still in the 60+ cell planter! Well packaged and arrived in perfect condition. I have 100% live Chandler plants and doing well after a couple weeks in the ground. If I could give more than 5*, I would!!!!!!!