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Fragaria - Strawberries

Fragaria (Strawberries) are stoloniferous perennials forming small mounds of pleated and serrated, fresh green foliage, with rounded white or pink flowers followed by edible red berries. Some produce one crop of large fruits around the month of June (Junebearing Strawberries), others produce a first crop in spring and another one in late summer or fall. Under ideal conditions, they may even produce three berry harvests (Everbearing Strawberries). Easy to grow, Fragaria are also attractive landscape plants of quiet beauty to be used as groundcovers or delineate a border.

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Fragaria 'Allstar' (Junebearing Strawberry)

Performing consistently well from the East to central Midwest, Fragaria 'Allstar' (Junebearing Strawberry) is a midseason cultivar producing some of the largest strawberries. Glossy and firm, they are sweet and juicy. Five-petaled white flowers adorned with yellow centers appear in early spring and give way to large red berries which ripen around the month of June, hence the name.

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Fragaria 'Chandler' (Junebearing Strawberry)

Fragaria 'Chandler' (Junebearing Strawberry) is an early season heavily-cropping cultivar producing some of the largest strawberries. Glossy and firm, they vary from being long and wedge-shaped to large and conical. They have an exceptional flavor. Great fresh, they also freeze very well.

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Fragaria 'Earliglow' (Junebearing Strawberry)

A good variety for beginners, Fragaria 'Earliglow' (Junebearing Strawberry) is an early season cultivar producing firm, glossy, medium-sized, deep red berries. Conical and symetrical, they have great, sweet flavor.

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Fragaria 'Fort Laramie' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Fragaria 'Fort Laramie' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces a first crop in spring and another one in late summer or fall. Under ideal conditions, it is possible to produce three berry harvests. Five-petaled white flowers adorned with yellow centers give way to firm, bright red, juicy berries rich of an exceptional aroma.

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Fragaria 'Jewel' (Junebearing Strawberry)

Fragaria 'Jewel' (Junebearing Strawberry) is a late midseason cultivar producing large, glossy strawberries of great quality and flavor. Five-petaled white flowers adorned with yellow centers appear in early spring and give way to large red berries which ripen around the month of June, hence the name.

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Fragaria 'Ozark Beauty' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Considered by many to be the best everbearing variety, Fragaria 'Ozark Beauty' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces a first crop in spring and another one in late summer or fall. Under ideal conditions, it is possible to produce three berry harvests. Five-petaled white flowers adorned with yellow centers appear in early spring and give way to large, luscious, red berries which ripen in late spring to early summer.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Berried Treasure Pink' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Both ornamental and edible, Fragaria × ananassa 'Berried Treasure Pink' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces abundant clusters of semi-double, soft pink flowers adorned with yellow centers from spring until first frost. They are followed by a rich harvest of snack-sized, highly flavorful fruits.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Berried Treasure Red' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Both ornamental and edible, Fragaria × ananassa 'Berried Treasure Red' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces abundant clusters of semi-double, brilliant red flowers adorned with yellow centers from spring until first frost. They are followed by a rich harvest of snack-sized, highly flavorful fruits.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Gasana' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Both ornamental and edible, Fragaria x ananassa 'Gasana' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces abundant clusters of large, five-petaled, bright pink flowers adorned with yellow centers from early summer until first frost. They are followed by a rich harvest of dark red, juicy, sweet, conical fruits.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Honeoye' (Junebearing Strawberry)

One of the top strawberry varieties for over 20 years, award-winning Fragaria × ananassa 'Honeoye' (Junebearing Strawberry) is an early season heavily-cropping cultivar with good flavor and texture. Five-petaled white flowers adorned with yellow centers appear in early spring and give way to large, firm, bright red berries which ripen around the month of June.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Quinault' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Vigorous, Fragaria x ananassa 'Quinault' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces a first crop in spring and another one in late summer or fall. Under ideal conditions, it is possible to produce three berry harvests. Five-petaled white flowers adorned with yellow centers appear in early spring and give way to large, firm, deep red berries of great flavor which ripen in late spring to early summer.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Ruby Ann' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Both ornamental and edible, Fragaria x ananassa 'Ruby Ann' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces abundant clusters of large, five-petaled, bright ruby-red flowers adorned with yellow centers from early summer until first frost. They are followed by a rich harvest of dark red, juicy, sweet, conical fruits.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Toscana' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Both ornamental and edible, Fragaria x ananassa 'Toscana' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces abundant clusters of five-petaled, brilliant pink flowers, 1.5 in. across (4 cm), adorned with yellow centers from spring until first frost. They are followed by a rich harvest of dark red, juicy fruits with a genuine ‘strawberry taste’.

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Fragaria × ananassa 'Tristan' (Everbearing Strawberry)

Both ornamental and edible, Fragaria x ananassa 'Tristan' (Everbearing Strawberry) produces abundant clusters of five-petaled, hot magenta pink flowers adorned with yellow centers from early summer until first frost. They are followed by a rich harvest of small, 1 in. across (2.5 cm), bright red, highly aromatic, sugary sweet fruits.

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Fragaria chiloensis (Beach Strawberry)

Fragaria chiloensis (Beach Strawberry) is a low-growing, spreading, evergreen perennial forming rosettes of shiny, slightly lobed, dark green leaves which take on a reddish tinge in the winter. In mid spring to early summer, it bears a profusion of small, 5-petaled white flowers, 1 in. across (2 cm), adorned with 5 shorter, pointed green sepals and yellow centers.

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