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June Bearing Strawberries

June Bearing Strawberries

June Bearing strawberries produce one large harvest during the summer. Strawberries are the most popular fruit grown by home gardeners. Strawberries are easy to grow and produce abundant harvest. With proper care, strawberry beds can produce good crops for three to five years.
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Yes, these mouth watering fruits are real! White Alpines are white, ornately speckled with red seeds. The unique pineapple flavor and aroma more than make up for the small, bite-size fruits. Easily could be a kid's favorite mini-berry to pick and snack. Once you try one of these mouth watering fruits you will have them in your garden for years to come!

Very large fruits with juicy flesh! These large growing strawberries are the largest on the market. Great flavor. Perfect for farmers markets.

Allstar produces high yields of large, sweet strawberries late in the season (late-spring to early summer). Once all the early and mid-season strawberries have stopped producing you can count on this "Allstar" to continue the harvest. Grows very well throughout the entire United States and is delicious for fresh eating or canning! As a Junebearer, the harvest season is concentrated over a few weeks, making it a good choice if you want to freeze or cook with a lot of berries at one time. Very good disease resistance. Strawberry Details: - Junebearing, produces a concentrated 2-3 week harvest. - Late Junebearer, (late spring to early summer harvest). - Grows 8" tall and 12-18" across. - Disease resistant. - Zones: 3-9, needs protection in zones 3 & 4. In general the strawberry roots can be planted in the ground, containers, or hanging pots. Strawberries are extremely adaptable and are grown in every state in the U.S. They will benefit from mulch such as straw, pine needles, or plastic. They prefer a soil rich in all the basic nutrients with a pH of 6-6.5.

Honeoye is a popular choice for home gardens and picking patches! A versatile strawberry that does well in the United States especially in the north. Produces heavy yields of extra large, sweet fruit great for fresh eating or desserts. As a Junebearer, the harvest season is concentrated over a few weeks, making it a good choice if you want to freeze or cook with a lot of berries at one time. Strawberry Details: - Junebearing, produces a concentrated 2-3 week harvest. - Early Junebearer, (early to mid-spring time harvest). - Grows 8" tall and 12-18" across. - Zones: 3-9, needs protection in zones 3 & 4. In general the strawberry roots can be planted in the ground, containers, or hanging pots. Strawberries are extremely adaptable and are grown in every state in the U.S. They will benefit from mulch such as straw, pine needles, or plastic. They prefer a soil rich in all the basic nutrients with a pH of 6-6.5.

Get the best of both worlds! This mix includes both Everbearing and Junebearing strawberry plants. This combo will give you an abundant harvest in spring (Junebearer) followed by a continous harvest until fall (Everbearer). Seascape (Everbearing): An everbearing strawberry that produces very large and sweet fruits. Strawberries are bright red with a medium to long conical shape. Seascape is a very productive and disease-resistant variety ideal for gardens, containers and farmers. This day-neutral variety performs well throughout the United States and Canada. Honeoye (Junebearing): A popular choice for home gardens and picking patches! A versatile strawberry that does well in the United States especially in the north. Produces heavy yields of extra large, sweet fruit great for fresh eating or desserts. As a Junebearer, the harvest season is concentrated over a few weeks, making it a good choice if you want to freeze or cook with a lot of berries at one time. Strawberry Details: - Grows 8" tall and 12-18" across. - Heat tolerant - Disease resistant - Zones: 4-9 In general the strawberry roots can be planted in the ground, containers, or hanging pots. Strawberries are extremely adaptable and are grown in every state in the U.S. They will benefit from mulch such as straw, pine needles, or plastic. They prefer a soil rich in all the basic nutrients with a pH of 6-6.5.

Sequoia is one of our favorite strawberries for home gardens and market growers. This has to be the tops for best tasting strawberry! Fruits like an ever-bearing strawberry under certain conditions.  Works best in California and in southern states. Produces lots of huge, sweet fruit. Strawberry Details: - June-bearing, produces a continual harvest from spring to fall. - Grows 8" tall and 12-18" across. - Heat tolerant - Disease resistant - Zones: 3-7