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What is the best variety and the best supplier for day neutral strawberries?

I replanted last year and only half survived. I usually get close to 100 percent.

I like Aromas but couldn’t find any last year. I’ll have to look up the name of the ones I bought.

I’m in zone 6, it but used to be zone 5. Might be again.
 
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I have found this website to be very helpful--tons of information about strawberries and probably the most exhaustive list of Junebearing, everbearing and day neutral varieties I've ever seen anywhere.
Strawberry Varieties: The Complete Guide

For my part, I wouldn't be without Ozark Beauty strawberries. But I live in the Ozarks, so it makes sense for me.
 
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Ozark Beauties produce well for us here in Alaska in zone 3/4 and LOTS of daylight in the summer.  
 
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Thanks! That’s a good link.

I grew Ozark Beauties a long time ago. They weren’t very productive for me, but I’m not sure if it was because of the variety.  I’m fairly near but not in the Ozark. Maybe I’ll try them again.
 
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