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Flamingo Everbearing Strawberry Bareroot Plants
Flamingo Everbearing Strawberry Bareroot Plants
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Flamingo Everbearing Strawberry Bareroot Plants

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~120 Days— The level of audacity it takes for the cost of strawberries to skyrocket simultaneously while claiming the number one spot on the Dirty Dozen Food List is surreal to me.

Y’all, it’s time to grow your own. Plant and Heal Co. can help with our easy to grow strawberry bareroot plants.

 

New Everbearing white strawberry with a pink blush and red seeds(zone 5-9) Fruits first season. 

Gone are the days of the flavorless supermarket strawberry out of obligation. We are out here growing our own.

The taste of the Flamingo is its selling point.  This new white hybrid variety's aroma when ripe, high sugar content and juicy flesh is everything. Imagine the scent and juiciness of wild strawberries and the shelf-life of supermarket berries.

This new strawberry is perfect for boutique growers who are in search of a niche. Everyone will find them a true  joy to eat and buy as they also stand out visually. 

What a gorgeous small to medium sized fruit with a tropical taste similar to pineapple. This Everbearing handles heat beautifully even in zone 9 so expect continuous fruits. Plant another strawberry variety nearby for a better fruit set. 

The Flamingo strawberries are the ideal size for for decorating desserts, making preserves and snack attacks.  These berries freeze with ease and yield remarkable amounts of fruit as the production is unmatched by pineberries and alpine strawberries. 

 

Note: Everbearing strawberry plants usually do not produce as many ‘daughters’ (runners) as Junebearing plants. Self-pollinating. Zones 5-9. Self-pollinating.

Encourage the plant to put its energy into becoming established by removing all the flower buds for the first 6 weeks after setting out your plants. It is also recommend that you remove all the runners during the first year—I don’t do it but you can!

Plants ship the week of 3.13.23