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Pies, jams, and jellies, oh my! Earliglow Strawberries can’t wait to ripen in your garden! These June-bearing fruits ripen faster than most and are full of flavor! Plump red deliciousness is disease resistant and are low maintenance. Perfect for gardeners at every level, and best for a belly full of berries! Great to slice up on top of summer salads, bake into pies, or eat right off the bush!
Strawberries are fascinating fruits because they are technically not actual berries and are members of the rose family. That's right; strawberries are a member of the rose family due to their sweet fragrance, similar to the lovely fragrance that roses give off. In terms of berries, true berries hold their seeds on the interior of their being. Strawberries are the opposite, proudly displaying their green-yellow seeds on the outside. Some botanists consider that each seed on a strawberry is its own separate fruit, talk about receiving a lot in a small package!
Bring home a classic! Earliglow strawberries have the classic jewel-shaped berry that everybody knows and loves. This self-pollinating strawberry is popular among many local farms for picking your berries due to the classic dark red berries that grow. A vigorous grower, Earliglow will be a strong producer year after year as it sends out runners to expand its growing area. Earliglow is cold hardy, and berries ripen in June.
Height: 0.25 -0.5 ft
Width: 0.5-1 ft
Exposure: Full Sun
How to Grow
Strawberries thrive best in soil rich in organic material, fertile, and well-draining but average in moisture. Keeping the soil moist is key to ensuring that the berry harvest is plentiful and full of plump berries. Don't hide them from the sun; strawberries enjoy uninterrupted sun on their faces. Earliglow is self-pollinating, allowing you to plant as little or as many as you would desire.
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