Eat Them Like Hand Fruit One Bite at a Time
Sugar-Sweet and Full of Juice! Cut A Dozen Slices from a Single Berry.
Developed by the US Department of Agriculture, Earliglow is the biggest strawberry we have ever seen – so big, so beautiful, so juicy you can eat them like Georgia peaches or Burbank plums. One berry sliced is enough for a bowl of cereal.
Big Yields This year, and the Next, and the Next
Our field-grown, hardy strawberry plants have vigorous roots and a growing point all ready for you to plant in a sunny position, and within days the crown will sprout bunches of green leaves and white, star-shaped flowers that form the berries. We supply complete growing instructions on how to raise the biggest fruit, starting in 60 days from planting. Since strawberries are hardy perennials, they will die down in winter and remain dormant during freezing weather, to surge forth again in spring. Also, each plant sets runners that create more plants in a never-ending progression from year to year.