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Allstar Strawberry Junebearer Plants

(38 customer reviews)

$19.99

Begins shipping mid-April.

Self-Pollinating

Begins shipping
early September

Self-Pollinating

An A-list performer!

An A-list performer! Allstar is a fast-grower and big producer, supplying you with big, shiny berries that have superb flavor and that perfect strawberry shape you want. Plant plenty of these so you have some left for preserving and freezing. Resistant to leaf scorch, verticillium wilt, red stele, powdery mildew and botrytis rot. Cold-hardy. Ripens in June. Self-pollinating.

Characteristics

Bloom ColorWhite
Fruit ColorRed
Fruit SizeLarge
Ripens/HarvestJune
TasteMild Sweet
TextureFirm
Shade/SunFull Sun
Soil pH5.5 – 6.5
Soil CompositionLoamy
Soil MoistureWell Drained – Average Moistness
Years to Bear1
Hardiness Zone Range4 – 8

Size & Spacing

Mature Size

When your plant matures, it will be approximately 30 cm tall x 30 cm wide (12” tall x 12” wide).

Recommended Spacing

We recommend spacing these plants 30 cm (12”) apart to ensure room for growth.

Ship Height

Bare-root 25 Pack.
Potted 10 cm pot (4” pot).

Pollination

This variety is self pollinating.

In many cases, you may still want to plant pollinating partners to increase the size of your crops, but with self-pollinating varieties doing so is optional. You’ll get fruit with only one plant!

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38 reviews for Allstar Strawberry Junebearer Plants

  1. Jeffrey Riggs

    I planted them this spring. They vined very well and started blooming after about 2 months and are still blooming in October. I gave up on keeping the blooms picked off. They berries don’t much flavor though. I hope the second year berries are better.

  2. COLIN HAWTHORN

    Vigorous, spreading groundcover that fruits well. Not the largest or sweetest variety but disease resistant and solid producer in Chicagoland area.

  3. REBECCA LANTIS

    These have a good taste. They are a soft berry (basically melt in your mouth). They should be picked more frequently than every other day (that is how often I pick our Earliglo berries) otherwise they are overripe. These would most likely not be a good market berry. The caps usually will not stay on when the berry is picked. The sap beetles find them very quickly due (I believe) to how soft the berries are.

  4. Carolyn C

    I am actually pulling these berry plants out of the garden and throwing them in the compost as I write this review. We bought them 3 seasons ago and they seem to rot before they ripen regardless of weather. Plants themselves are healthy and vigorous. The berries that achieve ripeness taste terrible- mushy, mealy, bland, just horrible. I have never gotten one decent berry from my hundreds of plants of this variety since 2017. Other varieties in the same location are doing well. Zone 6b. Other reviews seem to suggest others have success, but proceed with caution!

  5. Don Ball

    We planted them the way we have always done. Not one of them lived

  6. Maria Walton

    I planted 75 Allstar plants. There were so many runners and my rows became well established. Unfortunately we had a cold and rainy spring. One downpour was so violent it put marks in my strawberries they eventually softened the fruit so many rotted. But, amazingly, I still harvested so many strawberries! Enough for 2 batches of jam, 11 quarts frozen, 2 major batches of shortcake and eating a bowlful at least once a day. The only reason I rated them 4 stars instead of 5 is that I wish the plants would stand up more so the fruit isn’t on the ground as much. I would recommend these as a good sturdy standard. Even though we had too much rain and not enough sun, the strawberries were still fairly sweet which was a welcomed surprise for us!

  7. LINDA MILLS

    First time we tried a June bearing strawberry and we like them. No more ever bearing for us. My husband can’t eat anything with seeds so I run berries through blender and sieve. We freeze the juicy pulp to use in recipes. Having all berries ripen within a few weeks is ideal for us. They are fairly uniform in size which is a plus also

  8. Grady Thomas

    Extremely disappointed with these plants. When I received them, they were in really poor condition with wilted/black leaves and few, if any, viable roots. I should have returned them but planted them hoping they would be okay. Hardly any of them survived.

  9. Donita Acosta

    They all died. They did not make it through the first year. I will never buy strawberries from you again. This is twice that it has happened. I planted and fed them like instructions said. Yet they died. No more berries for me

  10. Walter Lalime

    Same as earliglow rating. Most plants looked like 2nd generation daughter plants. Replaced more than half with plants from local greenhouse. Will not reorder.

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