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Ozark Beauty Strawberry
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Ozark Beauty strawberries are known as one of the best everbearing berries! Deliciously sweet and scarlet plump strawberries will fill up your belly from late spring all the way through to frost! That's an entire summer filled with pies and jams! Line your patio in containers overflowing with berries to enjoy right off the vine on warm days. A hardy and vigorous grower, Ozark strawberries will be the beauty of the season!
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!
Ozark Beauty will be providing your kitchen with plump, fresh strawberries twice each year! This everbearing strawberry produces high yields, with two large harvests ripening in summer and another in fall. The berries are large and super sweet, making these ideals for desserts, eating fresh jams, and preserves. A great container plant, Ozark Beauty is a cold-hardy plant.
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. Ozark Beauty is self-pollinating, allowing you to plant as little or as many as you would desire.
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