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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. Gary Hawkins

    I found this product to be nice and healthy and received nice large berries, although not as many as I have received from other of your plants. I plan to replace many of my other plants that I have had for several years, and may try some of this variety in the replacement.Write your review here. It must be at least 50 characters long. Consider whether you would recommend this product and what you like or dislike about it.

  2. Gary Gabel

    Allstar was difficult to start and did not put out many runners, when I set them out in June of 2017. All the plants, that I set out, of this variety, survived the winter of west central Illinois. These 25 plants products 45 pints of berries in the spring of 2018. The berries are good size, medium sweet in taste and did not show any signs of disease..

  3. PETER SLUKA

    planted both Allstar and White in the shade of a large locust tree. plants send out lots of runners but fruit production is half what it is in full sun. Need to keep covered with a bird netting also to keep production up.

  4. Donna James-DeVier

    cannot tell you how much I like them because they all died over the winter….even the pineberries

  5. Roberta Burnworth

    My strawberries are doing wonderful. Hope to have a bumper crop this year.

  6. Ruth Rogers

    None ripe yet but they are loaded with berries plants very healthy looking if flavor is good we will be very pleased.

  7. christopher H

    The product came in and was as good looking as could be expected. planted in a 5 gal bucket with dirt awaiting warm weather, kept in basement so as to stay cool. transplanted with rest of vegetable garden. and bummer nothing came of the plants. i have done other root based plants and all was well. you win and you lose some, will try again soon. plants did come fast.

  8. Paul Froese

    The Allstar did not start out well here in Eastern WA, with poor vigor and significant die-out. They overwintered and have been growing a little better this spring, and have even flowered and are setting berries, so there’s still hope; the berries had better be very tasty to make up for lackluster growth! Also, hoping for more runners to fill in the empty spaces…

  9. Kent Pfeiffer

    Planted these in the fall of 2018. I was a little dubious about fall planting of strawberries, but I figured Stark Bros was shipping them at that time, it must be OK. It apparently wasn’t. Not one survived the winter.

  10. GARRY DUNCAN

    I am very happy with the strawberry plants They have spread nicely and after a year and a half have 100’s of bloom from only 10 plants.

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