Dunlap Strawberry

Dunlap Strawberry
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Sweet Juicy Strawberries All Summer The Dunlap Strawberry is a June bearing strawberry. This variety is sometimes referred to as Senator Dunlap. Dunlap produces fruits of medium size with a rich, red color. The Dunlap does exhibit excellent drought tolerance. One of the most important aspects of a healthy strawberry patch is location — a minimum of six hours of sunlight a day. Although you can get a harvestable crop with as little as six hours of direct sunlight per day, the largest harvests and best quality berries come from those plants that get the advantage of full sun. They are perennial, winter hardy, and will thrive in full sunshine, as long as the soil is fertile and well drained. Healthy plants will produce an abundance of berries for three to four years, after which they should be replaced. Your strawberry bed should have good drainage and be well tilled with rich organic matter such as manure or compost to give your strawberry plants a good start, with amendments again in the spring. Keep your plants well watered until they are established (but don’t overdo) and up to fruiting time. Strawberries can also be planted in tubs, containers and hanging baskets. In addition to being low in fat and calories, strawberries are naturally high in fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and antioxidants, making them a sweet choice that advances heart health, reduces the risk of certain types of cancer, and gives a boost to total body (and mind) wellness. *Easy to Grow*Delicious Fruit*Drought Tolerant  .

Ft. Laramie Strawberry

Ft. Laramie Strawberry
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‘Ft. Laramie’ is a super-sturdy, everbearing cultivar that produces a smaller, but more constant, supply of berries through the season. The winter-hardy, perennial plants are resistant to leaf spot and yield sizable harvests of good-sized fruit with firm texture and a strong, sweet strawberry flavor. The more sun they get, the more they produce, so choose a site that gets full sun (a minimum of six hours a day). Suggestion: Pinch the blooms off for the first 2 months on an everbearing strawberry to increase your harvest. If your plants get blooms in the first year, you can increase the following years harvest by pinching those blooms off. Fertile, well-drained soil will give you the best flavor. ‘Ft. Laramie’ can also be planted in tubs, containers and hanging baskets. Strawberries are nutritionally heart-healthy cancer-fighters, and are naturally low in calories, so plant enough for freezing —the flavor of home-grown strawberries will be most welcome in January! NOTE: Locate your strawberry patch away from areas where you have previously grown peppers, tomatoes, eggplant or potatoes. These plants can harbor verticillium wilt, which is devastating to strawberries. Zones 3-9..

Allstar Strawberry

Allstar Strawberry
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Large, Very Sweet Fruit The Allstar Strawberry has excellent flavor and it is resistant to disease. The entire crop ripens in June, mid to late season. This plant produces large, firm berries with high sugar content over interesting 3-lobed, toothed leaves on extremely vigorous plants. They are perennial, winter hardy, and will thrive in full sunshine, as long as the soil is fertile and well drained. Healthy plants will produce an abundance of berries for three to four years, after which they should be replaced. Your strawberry bed should have good drainage and be well tilled with rich organic matter such as manure or compost to give your strawberry plants a good start, with amendments again in the spring. Keep your plants well watered until they are established (but don’t overdo) and up to fruiting time. Strawberries can also be planted in tubs, containers and hanging baskets. In addition to being low in fat and calories, strawberries are naturally high in fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and antioxidants, making them a sweet choice that advances heart health, reduces the risk of certain types of cancer, and gives a boost to total body (and mind) wellness. * Large, Sweet Fruit* Mid to Late Ripening* Disease Resistant .

Ogallala Strawberry

Ogallala Strawberry
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One of the Most Cold Hardy Strwberries! Developed by the University of Nebraska in conjunction with the USDA, the Strawberry Ogallala, Fragaria x annanassa ‘Ogallala’, is considered by many to be on of the hardiest strawberries that exist. The Ogallala is an everbearing strawberry that produces berries that are somewhat soft, red clear through, and full of flavor. It has the rare combination of being a heavy producer of aromatic large fruit full of flavor. The Ogallala is a great strawberry for freezing. These strawberry plants are hardy, vigorous and very productive. It is resistant to leaf spot and is very drought tolerant. * Everbearing* Cold hardy* Very flavorful.

Earliglow Strawberry

Earliglow Strawberry
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Cold-Hardy, Heirloom Strawberry with Early Harvest Earliglow is an heirloom variety of strawberry that is still prized for its robust strawberry flavor, early harvest and hardy nature.  A patch of these in your garden will ensure a carefree source of sweet berries long before other varieties have ripened. Your Earliglow Strawberry plant has all the features you’ve come to love about strawberries…and more.  Imagine plump berries already ripening in June, their deep-red, glossy forms shining amid the green foliage of your strawberry patch.  While many berries are still struggling to ripen, your Earliglow will beckon to you, their sweet, juicy goodness just ready and waiting for you to harvest! Not only do Earliglow Strawberries set and ripen earlier than any other strawberry, but they are also wonderfully sweet, freeze well and are terrific for preserves and other culinary delights.  The plants are cold-hardy, so you won’t have to worry as much when the weather is uncooperative, and they have good drought and pest resistance.  Earliglow stands up well to humidity and heat, and is very disease resistant as well.  The plants are self-pollinating, so you can have just a few if you prefer.  All in all, Earliglow Strawberry is an exceptional, heirloom variety that will stand up to many gardening concerns, and still produce sumptuous fruit early in the season. * Early ripening fruit * Exceptionally juicy berries * Cold hardy * Disease resistant.

Surecrop Strawberry

Surecrop Strawberry
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Strawberry Surecrop, Fragaria × ananassa ‘Surecrop’, is a heavy producer of large, firm, rich but sweet fruit in mid-season. ‘Surecrop’ is an easy-to-grow crop and it makes great jams, jellies, pies, tarts, and an ideal canner. The berries redden all the way through, with a rich but sweet flavor. The fruit holds well both on the vines and after picking. June bearing strawberries produce a single crop each year during a 2-3 week period. If you get blooms the first year while the plant is getting established, pinch the blooms off to ensure a large fruit crop the next year. The average yield of one quart per plant and it is self-pollinating. Light to even sandy soil with good drainage is required. Neutral to slightly acidic is best. Strawberry plants need consistent, frequent watering to produce well. In addition to being low in fat and calories, strawberries are naturally high in fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and antioxidants, making them a sweet choice that advances heart health, reduces the risk of certain types of cancer, and gives a boost to total body (and mind) wellness. NOTE: When making a strawberry bed in an established garden, be sure to locate it away from any spot where you have grown peppers, tomatoes, eggplant or potatoes. These plants can harbor verticillium wilt, which is devastating to strawberries..

Red Chief Strawberry

Red Chief Strawberry
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Consistent, Exceptional Quality – Commercial Growers Favorite Variety Red Chief Strawberry is a June-bearing plant that consistently produces medium/large strawberries year after year.   Plant several in a well-drained, sunny location where they’ll have plenty of room to send out their runners and multiply.  Strawberries do well in raised beds, and you can even plant a few in patio containers if you prefer. With so many types of strawberries available, it can be hard to know which to plant.  Red Chief takes the guesswork out of choosing a variety.  It’s outstanding as an all-around, reliable strawberry of exceptional quality.  In fact, Red Chief is a favorite of commercial growers for its hardiness and consistency from year-to-year.  Your Red Chief has an almost perfect strawberry shape, so it’s a feast for the eyes as well as the palate.  Each glossy, firm berry holds its uniform size very well, and the deep red color and delicate skin only adds to its appeal.  Red Chief is firm yet juicy, with a sweet flavor you’ll adore.  You’ll also love the health benefits that accompany your harvest, as strawberries are among the best sources of antioxidants you’ll find.  Enjoy these beauties directly from your strawberry patch while they’re still warm from the sun’s rays, or store a few for later.  They freeze well and are suitable for a variety of uses.  Red Chief Strawberry is a vigorous grower and disease resistant, especially to Red Stele, Verticillium Wilt, mildew, and Leaf Scorch.  It’s a versatile strawberry, suitable to almost any growing region and soil condition. If you’d like a hardy, versatile strawberry patch for your home, you can’t go wrong with Red Chief for consistent, reliable results year after year. * Outstanding flavor * Consistent and reliable * Hardy.

Guardian Strawberry

Guardian Strawberry
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Mid-Season Fruit on Hardy Perennial Guardian Strawberry is an open, herbaceous perennial with excellent fruit.  Plant a few in your sunny garden or use a few in patio containers for your front porch. Imagine relaxing in the soft grass beside your strawberry patch on a sunny day, enjoying the earthy scent of your garden soil and reveling in the enchanting sight of your vibrant, strawberry leaves spreading out before you. Nothing compares with the sight of a plump, red berry growing amid the lush, dark green foliage.   The exciting sight of your own delectable harvest is topped only by the flavor of the succulent, sweet berry as its sumptuous juices, still warm from the sun’s rays, flow over your tongue.  Lovely flowers (elegant in their pristine, white raiment and yellow eyes), will adorn your Guardian Strawberry plants in spring—an additional decorative element to an already fabulous plant. Guardian Strawberry will grow up to 12 inches tall with an 18-inch spread.  It’s self-pollinating and produces very large, firm berries with excellent harvests.  You can expect Guardian to produce wonderful returns for three to four years before diminishing in yield.  Under optimal conditions, it can be expected to live up to 10 years.  Your Guardian Strawberry is a terrific choice if you’re looking for a strawberry plant that is fast-growing and produces a mid-season harvest.  Order a few today and begin to enjoy the many benefits of this wonderful strawberry variety!  * Self-pollinating * Health benefits * Spring flowers * Fast growing * Perennial * Winter hardy.

Honeoye Strawberry

Honeoye Strawberry
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Large, June-Bearing Strawberry Honeoye Strawberry is a perennial, fruit-bearing plant with exceptional berries.   Plant a few in a sunny location and you’ll have the best berry patch in the neighborhood!  A Honoeye would also look lovely in a hanging planter on your patio or front porch. Your Honeoye Strawberry is a highly productive, June-bearing cultivar.  Each exquisite strawberry will stand out as a bright shiny gem amid the leafy, vibrant green foliage.  Honeoye generally produces larger berries than everbearing types, so you’re sure to notice them sooner than with some other varieties.  Honeoye’s fruit is not only eye-catching, but also delicious.  Its firm, sweet flesh is a delight when eaten fresh from your plant and freezes well if you want to store some for later use.   Beyond just the value of its sumptuous berries, your Honeoye plant will be an attractive addition to your garden or flower beds.  It stays low to the ground, sending out runners, but can easily be contained.  The 5-peteled, delicate white flowers that bloom each spring are a delightful seasonal accent, with their adorable, yellow eyes peeking out amid the blossoms.  Strawberry plants are often susceptible to a variety of issues, but your Honoeye Strawberry has generally good disease tolerance.   Honoeye is a perennial, and will consistently produce for three to four years under favorable conditions.  After that time, production will diminish and the plants should be replaced for optimal performance of your patch. Strawberries are a must-have for any gardener.  Low in fat and calories, strawberries are high in fiber, vitamin C, Folate, Potassium and antioxidants, making them a sweet choice that advances your health.  Plant your own lovely and delicious patch today and begin reaping the rewards of the Honoeye Strawberry this summer. * Excellent berries * Highly productive * Good disease resistance.

Tristar Strawberry

Tristar Strawberry
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The Tristar Strawberry, Fragaria x ananassa ‘Tristar’, is an everbearing strawberry that is sweet and aromatic. The deep red colored skin covers a firm fruit.  The fruit is glossy and has solid interiors. Tristar resists red stele, Verticillium wilt, powdery mildew and leaf scorch. The fall crop will be the heaviest. This is a great strawberry! One of the most important aspects of a healthy strawberry patch is location — a minimum of six hours of sunlight a day. Although you can get a harvestable crop with as little as six hours of direct sunlight per day, the largest harvests and best quality berries come from those plants that get the advantage of full sun. They are perennial, winter hardy, and will thrive in full sunshine, as long as the soil is fertile and well drained. Healthy plants will produce an abundance of berries for three to four years, after which they should be replaced. Your strawberry bed should have good drainage and be well tilled with rich organic matter such as manure or compost to give your strawberry plants a good start, with amendments again in the spring. Keep your plants well watered until they are established (but don’t overdo) and up to fruiting time. Strawberries can also be planted in tubs, containers and hanging baskets. In addition to being low in fat and calories, strawberries are naturally high in fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and antioxidants, making them a sweet choice that advances heart health, reduces the risk of certain types of cancer, and gives a boost to total body (and mind) wellness. NOTE: When making a strawberry bed in an established garden, be sure to locate it away from any spot where you have grown peppers, tomatoes, eggplant or potatoes. These plants can harbor verticillium wilt, which is devastating to strawberries..

Tribute Strawberry

Tribute Strawberry
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The Strawberry Tribute, Fragaria x ananassa ‘Tribute’, a spring planted herbacious root, is an Ever Bearing strawberry that produces one crop in spring and another in fall. The Tribute’s medium to large, firm fruit has made it the most popular of the eastern day-neutral varieties. It is used for commercial plantings and garden planting. During the first year, Tribute will peak in September and the next year will bring forth a heavy spring crop. Tribute is resistant to both red stele and verticillium wilt..

Robinson Strawberry

Robinson Strawberry
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June-Bearing Strawberry Robinson Strawberry is a fruit-bearing perennial with ornamental features.  Plant several for an impressive strawberry patch in your back yard.  You can even use these in some containers on your front porch for a cheery hello to guests.  Your Robinson Strawberry produces some of the most luscious, juicy berries you’ll find.  The large, scarlet strawberries appear in June, producing a prolific harvest that you’re sure to enjoy.  Robinson is particularly good for canning and freezing, and also delicious picked right from the plant.  Robinson strawberries are healthy as well, with antioxidants, vitamins and many other valuable attributes to contribute to the overall health of your family.  In addition to its more obvious attributes, Robinson is also a beautiful perennial.  It’s rounded, compound leaves with their delightfully-serrated edges are a lively dark green.  The foliage is the perfect backdrop for the captivating, white petals of the spring flowers, their delicate yellow eyes a perfect accent to their pristine coloring.    Robinson Strawberry will grow up to 18 inches in height with a 12 inch spread.  It’s a vigorous grower with a long fruiting season and hardy nature.  Robinson is particularly good for northern states for its winter hardy nature. There are few plants more fun in a garden than strawberries.  They are pretty plants, with their delightful runners, dainty flowers and scarlet berries amid the dark green foliage.  Most exciting though is the harvest of healthy, sweet fruit.  If you’d like to experience this remarkable plant, or just add a new variety to your garden, Robinson Strawberry is a wonderful strawberry to add to your garden this year. * Delicious fruit * Health benefits * Spring flowers * Adapts to a variety of soils * Disease resistant * Winter hardy.

Cyclone Strawberry

Cyclone Strawberry
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June-Bearing Strawberry Cyclone Strawberry is a popular, fruit-producing plant.  Plant several in a sunny spot in your garden for a wonderful harvest.  Strawberries are lovely plants, so Cyclone would even look attractive in your perennial bed or in a hanging basket on your patio. Few plants can rival the beauty, ease-of-care and delicious harvest of a strawberry plant…and Cyclone is an exceptional variety to try.  You’ll love the large yield of medium-sized berries that begin their 10 day harvest in June.  Each succulent jewel is deliciously sweet, renowned for its desert quality berry and exceptional features.  Aside from its luscious fruit, Cyclone will provide you with a lively groundcover.  Its runners tend to be vigorous and healthy, rooting freely wherever they venture.  Delicate, white-petaled flowers peek out amid the green leaves, their dainty yellow centers a delightful sight to behold. Cyclone Strawberry is a perennial that will grow about 18 inches in height with a 12-inch spread.  It’s particularly suited for the mid-west (so winter hardy), and thrives in the full sunshine of the summer months.  Cyclone will easily provide you with strawberries for three to four years before the yields begin to diminish.  Strawberries not only taste delicious and look beautiful, but are also healthy. Low in fat and calories, strawberries are high in fiber, vitamins and antioxidants.  They have even been thought to reduce the risk of cancer and other ailments.  For a delicious and beautiful plant to grace your home this year, why not try a Cyclone Strawberry?  You’ll certainly be glad you did! * Delicious fruit * Perennial * Cold hardy * Spring flowers.

Ozark Beauty Strawberry

Ozark Beauty Strawberry
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Ask a nurseryman which is the best everbearing strawberry, and he’s likely to tell you it’s this one. ‘Ozark Beauty’ produces a ridiculously steady supply of luscious berries from spring until the first frost. The fruit is big, bright red clear through, eminently juicy and deliciously sweet — the quality of these beauties is unmatched. Ozark Beauty strawberries are one of the bestselling commercial varieties. Garden grown Ozarks should be even tastier because of the short trip from your garden to your table! The plants require no special pampering; grow them in average, medium-wet, fertile loam in full sun or in a container with high-quality potting soil. When these plants reach maturity they will be between 8 and 12 inches tall. They will have a spread of about 12 inches. ‘Ozark Beauty’ is self-pollinating and shoot off runners easily; it’s also resistant to leaf spot and leaf scorch. The best berry ever for jams, preserves, pies and freezing, and simply unbeatable fresh. In addition to being low in fat and calories, strawberries are naturally high in fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and antioxidants, making them a sweet choice that advances heart health, reduces the risk of certain types of cancer, and gives a boost to total body (and mind) wellness. NOTE: When making a strawberry bed in an established garden, be sure to locate it away from any spot where you have grown peppers, tomatoes, eggplant or potatoes. These plants can harbor verticillium wilt, which is devastating to strawberries..

Quinault Strawberry

Quinault Strawberry
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Strawberry Quinault, Fragaria × ananassa ‘Quinault’, is a newer everbearing variety that produces berries on unrooted runners. It is a great tasting strawberry developed by Washington State University. Good for potted everbearing strawberries. It is well on its way to being the greatest performer ever. Quinault Strawberries have an excellent performance record for size, taste and plant growth. Quinault was found to be the most disease free everbearer ever tested. Everbearing Strawberries produce an early summer crop and also a fall crop with some berries on and off all summer. Pinch off blooms for first two months on everbearing strawberries to promote larger harvest. These strawberries prefer a soil pH of 5.3 to 6.5. When they reach maturity they will attain a height of 8 to 12 inches and spread will be about 12 inches. In addition to being low in fat and calories, strawberries are naturally high in fiber, vitamin C, folate, potassium and antioxidants, making them a sweet choice that advances heart health, reduces the risk of certain types of cancer, and gives a boost to total body (and mind) wellness. NOTE: When making a strawberry bed in an established garden, be sure to locate it away from any spot where you have grown peppers, tomatoes, eggplant or potatoes. These plants can harbor verticillium wilt, which is devastating to strawberries..