Allstar Strawberry Plant (Fragaria ‘All Star’)
Allstar Strawberry Plant
Hey now! You’re an Allstar! Get Paid… in berries, that is! The Allstar Strawberry is one of the most productive varieties we have offered. This June-bearing hybrid offers high resistance to verticillium wilt disease and lovely, large, round berries. It also makes a great landscaping addition in a wide array of uses.
The Allstar Strawberry stands roots and stems above other strawberries when it comes to production. When June arrives, you’ll be seeing red. Red berries, of course! These brilliant canary-red berries are sweet but tart, large (up to 2-inches long), and highly fragrant.
A for the Allstar Strawberry plant, you will love its festive and peppy personality. The Allstar has broad, heart-shaped, glossy-green foliage, and this happy plant will stay green all winter long in warmer climates and deepen to showy, wine-red foliage in fall in cooler climes. As for spring, you will enjoy the Allstar Strawberry’s quaint, broad, and glowing white blooms with fuzzy golden centers.
While you cannot beat a strawberry patch of Allstar Strawberry, you can also use this attractive plant as an edible ground cover on slopes, garden beds, or in your extra veggie garden space.
Allstar Strawberries stay petite, making them a great choice for front borders and greenery around the mailbox. Filling pots and planters with these prolific plants is also a great idea. Their ruby-red fruits will hang down around the pot edge, making them easy to harvest.
Allstar Strawberry plants prefer full sun and do best when you snip off their runners the first year. When the second year comes around, you can snip and replant your runners elsewhere. Just be sure to give your Allstar Strawberry some space to grow and thrive.
|Common name||Allstar Strawberry Plant|
|Botanical name||Fragaria 'All Star'|
|Height||4 - 10 inches|
|Width||8 - 12 inches|
|Soil condition||Well Drained|
|Pruning time||Early Spring|