Strawberry plants are low growing perennials and provide a delicious supply of fruit either in June and or throughout the summer.
A strawberry plant is a wonderful addition to any outdoor area. Whether you have a large backyard, a small patio garden or something in between, it can do wonders for your space. A group of strawberry plants creates a beautiful, edible ground cover that will protect other plants in excessively sunny areas. Strawberries are well suited for planting the home garden since they produce fruit very quickly and require a relatively small amount of space. Each plant may produce up to one quart of fruit when grown in rows, beds or even in pots.
They also produce runners as they grow, which will increase the size of your crops year after year. We have two types of strawberry plants:
- June-bearing strawberries produce one large crop of fruit each growing season, typically in June.
- Everbearing strawberries -(day-neutral) fruit throughout an entire growing season.
The strawberries you pick at harvest time are delicious. They are glossy and firm, with an excellent flavor and an enticing aroma. These strawberries are perfect for fresh eating, freezing for later, or making a variety of sweet treats. They’re good for you, too — strawberries are packed with vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants and more.
WE SELL DORMANT BARE ROOT PLANTS IN BUNDLES OF 10
Bare root trees are young trees that are taken out of the ground during their winter dormancy so that their roots are exposed. All of our trees are Wisconsin grown. This makes packaging and shipping easier and more cost effective when it comes to fruit trees, berries, and vegetables. A very important reason for us getting bare root is to make sure that we are not transporting diseases, insects, and invasive species like jumping worms.
Bare root plants can more quickly adapt to more soils and get a vigorous head start on growing once planted. They get placed straight in contact with our soil so that the plant can start to build a strong root system right away before it has to deal with producing spring leaves and flowers.