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Strawberry

Sweet and flavorful Strawberries are the most popular small fruit in home gardens. Grow Strawberries in small places like flower borders or even in attractive containers on your patio, deck or balcony. We offer three types of Strawberries: June-bearing varieties set a large crop over a 2-3 week period in June, best for preserving and also great for fresh eating. Day Neutral varieties do not depend on day length for flowering and fruiting and produce a crop from June until fall frost, best for continuous fresh eating throughout the summer. Alpine Strawberries offer intensely flavored, small berries from mid-summer to fall. Plant all three types for months of eating pleasure. Regular Strawberries are sold in bundles of 25 bareroot plants. Alpine Strawberries are sold in groups of 5 potted plants. See our booklet on growing Strawberries in the Book Section.

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Alexandria - bundle of 5

Alexandria - bundle of 5

This very pretty European variety bears lots of 3/4" long, juicy, flavorful, bright red berries. Bundle of 5 potted plants.
7840
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$ 14.95 Available in the Fall
Hood

Hood

One of the most popular Northwest varieties, Hood bears heavy crops of large, delectable, deep red berries. Sweet, firm, and delicious, Hood berries are great for fresh eating, preserves and freezing for mid winter treats. Potted plant - ready to bear.
7805
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$ 4.95 Available in the Fall
Italian Alpine - bundle of 5

Italian Alpine - bundle of 5

An improved Italian variety, this high quality Alpine Strawberry bears abundant crops of deep-red berries. Aromatic and flavorful, they are a wonderful treat with ice cream or yogurt. Bundle of 5 potted plants.
7842
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$ 14.95 Available in the Spring
Rugen Improved - bundle of 5

Rugen Improved - bundle of 5

This superior variety features large, very sweet and flavorful, intensely red berries. Bundle of 5 potted plants.
7846
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$ 14.95 Available in the Spring
Seascape

Seascape

Receiving rave reviews by all who try it, this new day-neutral variety should be in everyone's garden. Seascape will excite you with its wonderful flavor, large size, heavy crops, and disease resistance. Seascape is hardy to 0°F. Potted plant - ready to bear.
7815
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$ 4.95 Available in the Fall
Seascape - bundle of 25

Seascape - bundle of 25

Receiving rave reviews by all who try it, this new day-neutral variety should be in everyone's garden. Seascape will excite you with its wonderful flavor, large size, heavy crops, and disease resistance. Seascape is hardy to 0°F. Bundle of 25 bareroot plants
7815
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$ 9.95 Available in the Spring
Sperling’s Bowlenzauber - bundle of 5

Sperling's Bowlenzauber - bundle of 5

A "Bowl of Magic" is the loose translation of the name of this unique German variety. Selected for its intensely flavorful, bright red, sweet fruit, it will bring magic to your table. These large berries are great for fresh eating and in baked goods. Bundle of 5 potted plants.
7847
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$ 14.95 Available in the Spring
Tristar

Tristar

Our most popular variety and one of the best varieties for Northwest gardeners, this hardy, disease resistant, day neutral variety is easy to grow and very productive. These large and attractive berries are great for fresh eating, preserves, and freezing. Tristar grows well throughout the US and is hardy to minus 25°F. Potted plant - ready to bear.
7820
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$ 4.95 Available in the Fall
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