Description and characteristics of repair strawberry varieties for Moscow region

Strawberries are a very popular berry. For her, they always find a place in the garden, and often gardeners try to extend the time for receiving these delicious fruits. A repair strawberry helps them in this, in which some varieties bear fruit throughout the summer season, right up to the cold weather.

Removable strawberry varieties for Moscow region

Residents of the Moscow Region, when choosing a repair strawberry, are advised to pay attention to the following varieties.

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American variety with two waves of fruiting. The fruits of the first term are harvested from late June to mid July. Harvest of the second term is going in August-September. The yield from each bush reaches 300 g, and the fruits themselves have an average weight of 10 g. They have an intense red color and juicy sweet and sour flesh with a mild strawberry smell. The fruits are well tolerated and stored. Arapaho is resistant to frost and disease.


Strawberries from the United States with two periods of fruit collection - June - mid-July and mid-August - September. Berries of medium size weighing 35-30 g, but not infrequently, and specimens up to 50 g. From the bush collect up to 1.5 kg. A good level of fruit return lasts up to 5-6 years. Berries of red color with gloss, the shape of a truncated ribbed cone. Red flesh when ripe with a pleasant sweetness in taste, with a noticeable strawberry smell. Berries of good keeping quality. Frost resistance is average, but the bushes are able to winter in the suburbs.


It is a high-yielding hybrid of neutral Italian daylight hours with large berries weighing 20–35 g. The bush produces up to 20 peduncles and up to 1.5 kg of berries are harvested from it. They have a strong aroma, red with gloss color, conical shape and sweetness in taste. The pulp is juicy and fleshy, tasty.

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The variety blooms on not yet rooted bushes and bears fruit from May until the onset of cold weather. Strawberry Temptation can be grown in cover soil or on the windowsill for year-round berry production. High beautiful flower stalks and flowering continuity, good whiskers letting you use the variety as an ampel plant. It withstands frost without shelter up to -17 ° С.

Elizabeth the Second

It comes into fruition from the end of May until the cold weather. It forms large oval fruits weighing about 35 g, but individual specimens reach 90–100 g. Excellent yields of 1.5 kg are collected from the bush, and with good agricultural technology they reach 3 kg. Dense fruits red with pulp of harmonious sweet and sour taste, fragrant. They can persist for a long time on the bushes, even when freezing. Fruits are well transported and suitable for freezing. The frost resistance of the variety is at an average level.


Large-fruited strawberries bearing fruit from the beginning of June to cold weather. This variety is harvested up to 1.3 kg of fruit from each bush. They weigh on average about 35 g, have a dark red color. The pulp is of good density, sweet and sour, with a pronounced aroma. Fruits can be on the bush for a long time without losing taste.

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Berries of this variety perfectly tolerate transportation, can be stored for some time even outside the refrigerator. They are some of the best options for freezing. Lyubava is characterized by high winter hardiness, tolerates heat and can be used for vertical beds.

Moscow delicacy

Despite its name, the variety is a Dutch hybrid. It has high productivity (up to 1.5 kg), is resistant to diseases, winter-hardy. Since it is a strawberry of neutral daylight, it is cultivated in protected ground and at home. It gives several waves of fruiting from the end of June to September.

The fruits are proportionate, in the shape of a cone, weighing 15–35 g, with a red glossy color and a noticeable aroma. The pulp is characterized by moderate density and harmonious sweet and sour taste. Peduncles are tall and look decorative. A small mustache quickly begins to bloom. Fruits do not tolerate transportation and are not well stored. It is better not to use them for freezing.

Red rich

It has two waves of fruit return - the end of June - the end of July and from mid-August to sub-zero temperatures. From each bush receive up to 300 g of small berries weighing 9 g. They have a dark red color of fruits and pulp, fragrant. The pulp is of good density, sweet and sour. Fruits can be stored and transported, suitable for freezing. Winter hardiness varieties at a good level.

The miracle of Likhonosov

A variety of neutral daylight with two waves of fruit. The first wave is short and falls at the end of May - the end of June. The second wave lasts from the end of June until the cold weather. From a bush with high agricultural technology, 2.5 kg of fruits are obtained. Berries come in different sizes from 15 to 50 g. They have a red color and the shape of an elongated cone. The pulp is tender, juicy and aromatic, with a sweet taste. The variety has poor transport ability and keeping quality. It is resistant to some fungi and tolerates winter well.


A variety of German breeding with two waves of obtaining fruits and numerous mustaches. The first wave is distinguished by early periods, and has a duration of about a month, and the second originates from the last days of July and lasts until frost. Productivity is not higher than 300 g per bush. Berries weigh from 5-6 to 20 g. The first fruits are the largest. They have an intense red color, oval or conical shape and taste sweet with sourness. White flesh with a red center is characterized by friability. The variety is winter-hardy, but prone to mite and white spotting.


This variety of American selection is characterized by continuous fruiting, and its berries are received from early June until the cold weather. Peak returns are observed in August. They are large, elongated-conical, weighing 30-60 g. They have a red dark color with gloss, bright pink fragrant flesh with good density and sweetness in taste.

Powerful peduncles do not allow them to touch the soil. From the bush, depending on cultivation conditions, 0.4–2 kg of strawberries are harvested. Albion showed resistance to anthracnose and gray rot, transportable. It is drought tolerant, but its frost resistance is average and hibernates under cover.


This variety of neutral daylight from the United States bears fruit almost continuously. It is also cultivated in greenhouses and on window sills. From one bush collect from 0.5 to 2 kg of large berries. They have the shape of a cone or heart, red color and dense flesh, light aroma. The taste is of varying degrees of sweetness and acid.

Fruits perfectly tolerate transportation and can be grown in production volumes. A socket with numerous mustaches, it is resistant to many diseases and spider mites, tolerates drought well. It has an average winter hardiness.

Wima Rina

This is a repair strawberry from Dutch breeders that gives berries late, from the end of June until low temperatures. Differs in large-fruited, the average weight of its fruits is 35–40 g, but they can often reach 75 g. 800 g of red berries are collected from each bush with the appearance of an elongated cone. The pulp is dense, but tender, tasty, sweet and sour with a noticeable aroma.

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This is a sort of neutral daylight, letting out a little mustache, cultivated in protected ground and at home, including as an ampelous plant. Vima Rina winters with dignity in the conditions of the Moscow Region, shows resistance to drought and heat, has good immunity, and is transportable.


One of the best varieties of domestic selection, approved for cultivation in all regions of the Russian Federation. It is unpretentious and yielding, gives from the outlet about 1 kg of berries weighing 26–32 g from the end of May until the onset of the frosty period. Large aromatic berries have a bright red color, a wide conical shape and juicy tender flesh with a sweet and sour taste. It can be used in vertical gardening and as an ampel plant. Forms an average number of mustaches. Berries are poorly stored and transported, but they winter well and are relatively undemanding to care for.


A high-yielding variety of neutral daylight from the USA, which can be grown not only in the beds, but also at home by the window. It forms large fruits of a light red color with an average weight of 32 g. The flesh is light-colored, dense and sweet. Fruits tolerate transportation well. Shelter is required for the winter.


It gives large fruits up to 80 g of weight from early June to October. 0.5–1 kg of berries are collected from the bush. They have a dark red color and dense aromatic flesh with a hollow core, sweet and sour taste. Fruits are normally transported, resistant to spotting and rot. Deflated sockets should be replaced with new ones.

The basic rules for planting strawberries in the suburbs

For residents of the Moscow Region, strawberries should be planted in the second half of July for better survival. In extreme cases, this process is carried out in September. The optimum temperature of planting is +15 ... + 25 ° C. You can plant strawberries in the spring - from the end of March to the first half of April. For her choose a sunny, windless place. This plant crop prefers light chernozems, loams and sandy loam soils.

Groundwater should not lie closer than 1 m to the ground. First of all, you need to prepare a site for landing. To do this, disinfect the soil with manganese. Then, 20 kg of humus and 100 g of potassium chloride and superphosphate are introduced into the soil per 1 m². The planting process itself is best done in cloudy weather, so the direct rays of the sun negatively affect the plants.

Important! When choosing a site, crop rotation must be observed. Do not plant this sweet berry after solanaceous and root crops, as well as after the strawberries themselves. Good predecessors are dill, lettuce, parsley, radishes, celery, cabbage.

The planting scheme for the repair strawberries is as follows:

  • unilateral cultivation - row spacing of 0.5 m, and between plants a spacing of 0.3 m;

  • two-sided landing - between the beds 0.8 m, between the plants 0.2 m, between the rows 0.3 m;

  • in a vertical way in pipes.

Humus and wood ash are added to the pits for planting. Planting material is carefully placed in a hole and covered with soil, slightly compacting the soil. The apical kidney should be located at ground level. Then watering is carried out at the rate of 1 liter of water per 1 plant. At first, watering is carried out more often so that the planting material is well received.

Care Features

Removable strawberries bear fruit throughout the year, so they especially need careful care. This variety has a short growth cycle - 2-3 years if it is a type of long daylight and 1 year for a neutral daylight. Therefore, beds should be updated frequently and worry in advance about reproduction. In the open ground varieties of long daylight hours will not be able to fully mature.

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With the onset of cooling, some of the berries do not have time to ripen, and this plant crop does not have time to prepare for the cold period. Therefore, it is recommended to cover the area with strawberries with straw, sawdust or dry leaves. To warm the fit, you can use a plastic film. The rest of the care for the maintenance of strawberries consists of watering, top dressing, breaking off the mustache, weeding and loosening the soil. For top dressing, rotted manure or chicken droppings are well suited.

In the suburbs, strawberries are irrigated as necessary. The earth should not dry out. Therefore, in the heat, hydration is carried out regularly. So that the earth holds moisture better, it is recommended to mulch the soil. Sawdust is well suited for this purpose. Be sure to carry out plentiful watering before the onset of the cold period in October. The first top dressing is done at the end of March. For this, nitrogen-containing fertilizers (mullein infusion, Nitroammofoska) are well suited.

They can be scattered over a layer of snow. The second application takes place in April. In this case, mulching with organic and mineral fertilizers is carried out. During the flowering period in May, you can irrigate the root with a solution of potassium nitrate. During this period, foliar top dressing can be done by spraying with a solution of boric acid (5 g per 10 l of water). The last fertilizer is carried out in September. It’s good for him to take the ash. For additional fertilizer make compost.

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To get large berries, you need to constantly break off a growing mustache. To prepare the planting of this berry for winter, pruning sick and dried leaves, as well as mustaches, is carried out. In the cold season, the main part of the foliage will dry up, so in the spring it will need to be removed, clean the beds from fallen leaves and various debris. This procedure is carried out when the frost completely leaves, as the old foliage protects the plant well from the cold.

Trimming mustache and old strawberry leaves.

Harvesting and storage of crops

It is better to collect strawberries 2 days before full maturity. In this case, it can be stored for several days. Varieties that have a denser pulp structure last longer. When using strawberries for storage, watering should be reduced so that the berries are not watery, as this will reduce their keeping quality. For longer storage, strawberries are recommended to be carefully torn off the beds along with tails.

Harvesting strawberries is best in the morning or evening. The collected berries are carefully placed in wooden or plastic boxes, on the bottom of which paper or fabric is placed. Then the collected fruits are cooled to -2 ... 0 ° C. With this temperature regime, the fruits can lie up to 3-4 days. At room temperature they are stored for only 1 day. When stored at home, it is better to place the fruits in a glass jar and put on the shelf of the refrigerator. In this case, washing the berries is not worth it, as they will soften.

Important! Strawberries are placed in boxes in only one layer, so that the berries do not choke. Sorting it for storage is not worth it.

When picking berries, rotten and too soft specimens should be discarded. For longer storage, this product is better to freeze. For this, the berries are washed, dried on a paper towel, laid out on a tray and placed in the freezer. When the strawberries freeze, they put it in a container, close it with a lid and move it to the freezer.

Fruits are great for processing. They make good compotes and preserves. There are many repairing varieties of strawberries suitable for the Moscow region. To obtain high yields, it is necessary to take into account the peculiarities of their planting and agricultural technology, the need to often renew the beds.

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