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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. LISA CHENG

    I left the strawberries to grow by themselves, with a few the first year. After two years, they have spread out all over my ground and have borne multiple strawberries, so fresh my kids eat them right away. No additional pesticides are used, and they are very sweet and fresh!! I hope to let it grow more this year, and cut back the runners to put its energy into making strawberries. No more contaminated strawberries for us!!

  2. Darrell Finney

    I love them!! They’re everything I wanted big sweet and easy.

  3. Brad Holt

    23 of 25 plants have survived and are doing well. Two of the plants were pretty small with a limited root system, I didn’t hold out much hope for them but I’ve been surprised before.

  4. MICHELLE GRIFFITHS

    I have had these strawberries for 5 years and they have been great producers. My zone is 5 and it gets hot and dry in the summer and they still do fabulous. Bonus is they have beautiful fall foliage.

  5. Don Williams

    Strawberries are extra firm and have a good flavor. Best used in cooking and jams and jellies. (Best strawberry jam I have ever tasted – very, very flavorful!). Not real delicious fresh off the vine for some unknown reason. Would highly recommend for jams etc. – stays firm longer than other strawberries in fridge and holds flavor. Easy to grow and over winters well.

  6. richard boyer

    They didn’t look healthy but planted them anyway. Died shortly after. Have been raising strawberries for 30+ years and never had this happen before.

  7. Eloise Carpenter

    The strawberries along with several fruit trees were a birthday gift for my son who had recently moved. I entered the wrong address and your company along with Fed Ex helped to deliver them to the correct address. Your telephone people even called as a follow up to make sure my son received the order. He was thrilled to have the new items to get planted. Thank you very much.

  8. Joseph Boland

    My strawberry patch is approximately 15×25 feet which I cover lightly with straw for the winter. 2015 brought an up-and-down spring and I had to cover and uncover the plants three or four times because of frost danger, but when the berries started coming on, the patch produced a bumper crop which continued from late May to early July. It is May 2016 and we are still eating last year’s berries from the freezer and friends and neighbors picked several quarts besides what we put up. Looking at the patch this year, we’re expecting a repeat performance. We are in west central Indiana and I definitely recommend Stark Bro’s All Star strawberry.

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