Whopper Strawberry Plants and 2 Growin Bags
Well, we cant persuade Mother Nature to start growing Strawberries on trees, but our Growin Bags may just be the next best thing for bringing your sweet, plump berries to eye level! Who says you have to crawl around in the dirt to grow great strawberries? Give your back and knees a break -- and your eyes a treat! -- by growing your berries against the patio wall, dangling from a post or hook, or in any other vertical location you choose! Just fill the reusable, almowall, dangling from a post or hook, or in any other vertical location you choose! Just fill the reusable, almost indestructible Growin Bags with potting soil, set a strawberry plant in each of the 10 holes along the side of the bag, water it well to get the roots going, and hang it in any sunny spot. Its just that easy! Growing berries off the ground makes a lot of sense. You get to enjoy the lovely white blooms that appear before the fruit. And when the berries emerge, they stay cleaner, are less prone to rot and nibbling insects, and are free to develop full, perfectly-formed shapes -- no flat white side! You get a ton of berries in a compact space. Big fruits, worthy of the Park Whopper name, arrive in early summer on cold-hardy plants that are just as at home in the Northeast as in the deep South! To get you started on the strawberry patch -- or should I say pole? -- of your dreams, weve got 25 delicious, heavy-bearing Whopper strawberry plants plus 2 Growin Bags. Just add soil, water, and a hearty appetite!… read more
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Flavorfest may well become the sweet new ruler of the strawberry patch. Mid-season variety stands out for large, pleasantly plump,... bright-red fruits with first-rate flavor and awesome yields. Breakthrough berry was bred by the USDA, and is one big, juicy improvement over available varieties. Vigorous plants propagate well. Good option for organic gardeners with excellent disease resistance. read more
An unusual, hard-to-find strawberry. Plants are vigorous and send out numerous runners. Berries are white, ornately speckled with ...red seeds, and are a bit bigger than other pineberry varieties. Aroma is outstanding and the pineapple flavor is pleasant and mild. Protect from direct hot sun to keep fruits from developing more pinkish hues. These Pineberries are not self-fertile, they need pollen from a different strawberry variety to produce their distinctive fruit, for best results plant with Fragola di Bosco or Strawberry Purple Wonder. Everbearing. read more
Edible architecture doesn't come any sweeter;or prettier;than this stunning new strawberry. With its explosion of deep-rose blooms..., lush habit, and delicious harvest of sweet, dark red fruits, Toscana becomes a gorgeous feature on the patio, balcony or in the garden bed. read more
A color and flavor breakthrough. Incredible purple fruits are extra sweet and delicious. June-bearing plants are tidy and attracti...ve, with beautiful fully-lobed, bright green leaves. Expect bountiful fresh pickings in summer. A one-of-a-kind strawberry for discriminating berry aficionados. Bred by Dr. Courtney Weber at Cornell University. Patent pending. read more
Exceptionally sweet berries are medium-sized, deep red and very flavorful. Plants are well-adapted to southern gardens, vigorous a...nd highly productive. Plants are also lovely grown in containers and edible landscapes. read more
One of the better known heirloom alpine strawberries, Alexandria has thimble-sized, luscious, dark red berries. Top-rated for flav...or, vigor and yield, these runnerless, everbearing plants produce more fruit when allowed ample space. Grow in full sun to part shade. Plant at least 18" apart in the garden or in large containers. read more
Expect three fantastic crops of fresh, delicious strawberries in the spring, summer and fall. Plants produce hefty, flavorful, bri...ght red strawberries like crazy. read more
Why work for your plants when they can work for you? Strawberries are surprisingly easy and fast to grow. They will sprout within ...a week and have unique scalloped foliage when they are young and will mature into neat little plants that will produce... read more
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Jewel is an exceptional strawberry. It is widely adapted, hardy and consistently produces very good yields. The fruits are large, ...well shaped, easy to pick, have good texture and pleasing skin and internal color. They are great eaten fresh and freeze well, and they resist rotting in storage. read more
Elan's shiny, biconical bright red berries are a lovely sight in the garden. Berries stay around the same size from July to Octobe...r. Everbearing, vigorous plants are easy to grow and keep attractive through the season. Berries are easy to pick with the calyx breaking easily from the fruit stem. Grow in full sun, in well-drained soil. read more
Sw-e-e-et! High-yielding 10-12 small plants with pretty white blooms produce an outsize harvest of shapely, delicious, large straw...berries. Sweetheart variety was a standout variety in our trials. A pretty and irresistible choice for a small patio container. read more
The original USDA day neutral introduction, which abounds in flavor and produces high yields in spring, summer and fall. The fall ...crop is outstanding with an abundance of firm and sweet berries. Perfect for the garden border, easy to care for. Zones: 4-8 read more
Enjoy a bountiful harvest during the traditional strawberry season. Our earliest, top quality, high-yielding berry. Glossy, deep r...ed, firm and very sweet. Grows best in full sun. Zones 4-8. read more
Introduction from Nova Scotia with exceptional vigor. Large, early to ripen fruit with aromatic flavor. Prized for its high yields..., firm berries and great for freezing. It's resistant to foliar diseases and performs well in heavier soils. Zones: 4-8. read more
Considered one of the best gourmet strawberries, Yellow Wonder has delightful aroma and fantastic flavor. Lacking the red color th...at attracts birds, fruits are spared, leaving more delicious harvests. Yellow Wonder berries are a luxurious, easy-to-pick treat. Grow in well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. read more
Albion, an everbearing type, is a new variety from California with long, conical, symmetrical; firm fruit bursting with sweetness.... Resists Verticillium wilt, Phytophthora crown rot and resistance to anthracnose crown rot. US Plant Patent #16228. read more
An exceptional variety, with the unique combination of deep rose flowers and sweet, bright red berries. Compact, neat plants are e...ver-bearing with few to no growing problems: perfect for the home garden. read more
Strawberry not to be messed with. Superhardy, vigorous June bearing plants withstand infamous trio of strawberry season-spoilers: ...black root rot, black vine weevil, and Red Stele. Firm bright-red berries, accessorized with dark-green foliage, impart fine flavor and sense-reeling aroma. A natural for organic gardening. US Plant Patent #19763. read more
"Please contact us if you have any question about this item. We will try our best to solve your problem. Everbearing Strawberry or... Fragaria produces sweet tasting fruit that is usually eaten raw and a usual ingredient in baked goods. They are very... read more
Like Yellow Wonder, White Soul does not suffer from the lack of typical strawberry red pigments. Birds leave fruits alone, and pla...nts do not need protective netting. The unusual flavor of White Soul blends well with mesclun mixes and baby greens. Vigorous everbearing plants provide continuous harvest through summer. White fruits could use some protection from direct hot sun. read more