Hi any one have strawberry seeds or runners to sell here in Trinidad and Tobago[?]
I would love it if we could grow strawberries in Paramin or anywhere else in Trinidad for that matter. But someone was telling me that because of our climate, the strawberries may not grow properly and if they do, the strawberries would be very sour and not sweet. I am looking forward to anyone who would share a success story on planting and harvesting strawberries in Trinidad! You can be sure, I will be the first in line to buy strawberries grown here!
Comments: I am getting some seeds from Canada and hopefully I will be eating strawberries in a few months! If all works out I will post the details.
Comments: Hey everyone I'm actually growing strawberries this season. I bought my plants from a flower shop on the highway a little further down from UTT Chaguanas. They are already starting to flower so I have I hopes for these. I even tried growing them from seeds but take it from me they are a huge pain in the ass to grow from seed might never even germinate. I paid like 20$ for 1. I think it was a really good buy and not all varieties of strawberry need to be cold. So I think you should also try your luck.
What's the temperature over there? I am from Melbourne, in Australia and we have very hot Summers when our strawberries grow in abundance. I still have runners (We're in Autumn/fall now) going strong in the garden at the moment. I tend to shade them in the really hot days, but other than that (And keeping them watered), they seem to thrive here. *smile*
27 to 34 degrees Celsius all year round thus making this undertaking very difficult. We only have two seasons: wet and dry. More isolated places in the mountains like Paramin tend to be cooler but not as cool as countries that have four seasons.
Title: Strawberry Plants For Sale In Chaguanas
Comments: Strawberry plants for sale in Charlieville, Chaguanas. 1 for $60.00... 2 for $100.00. [..]
But what the jail. Why Trini rushing so much to grow whiteman fruit when it have nice Julie mango you can suck right here growing nice in the sun.