Varieties with a late fruiting time (late and very late):
Varieties that fruits usually in the third decade (around 20th day) of June to even the end of July*. They allow to prolong fruiting and obtain attractive crops even when the other varieties have already finished fruiting.
Despite the very small number of late varieties on the market, our nursery includes two - late and very late - good varieties. The first is Florence, a variety resistant to most diseases, with very sweet, large and firm fruits. The second Panon, a Polish variety fruiting richly, with well-formed and tasty fruits and also very resistant to diseases (which makes it very good for ecological agriculture). Both Florence and Panon as late varieties, in Central Europe conditions fruits usually from the third decade (around June 20) to mid-July*.
Judibell and Pandora are varieties yielding even later, from the beginning to the end of July*. Judibell is a variety with large, juicy, very attractive, glossy fruits. Pandora is stands out by huge, red, sweet and quite firm strawberries. Both Judibell and Pandora cope well with the low temperatures.
*The fruiting time involves traditional cultivation in Poland (Central Europe, moist continental climate) with standard weather conditions. The exact time of strawberries fruiting depends on the local environment, weather conditions in a given season as well as cultivation methods.