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Image of Fortunella japonica photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Marumi Kumquat, Round Kumquat)

The hardiest of kumquats, Marumi kumquat is a small, cold-hardy citrus tree that produces fragrant flowers, and attractive round golden fruits that are both edible and ornamental. Native to eastern Asia, Marumi kumquat was brought to Europe centuries ago but today is not as popular as the larger sized citrus fruits and remains more popular in eastern Asia. White fragrant flowers adorn the thin, lightly thorned branches in late spring or summer followed by miniature, globe-like, golden yellow fruits...

Image of Fortunella margarita photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Nagami Kumquat, Oval Kumquat)

Oval kumquat is a small, cold-hardy citrus tree that produce fragrant flowers, attractive seeded fruits that are both edible and ornamental. Native to China, sweet kumquat was brought to Europe centuries ago but today are not as popular as the larger sized citrus fruits. White fragrant flowers adorn the thin branches in late spring or summer followed by miniature orange fruits from autumn through to the next spring. Cool temperatures in autumn and winter help sweeten the fruits, which are best eaten...

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James Burghardt

(Nagami Kumquat, Nagami Oval Kumquat)

Oval kumquat is a small, cold-hardy citrus tree that produce fragrant flowers, attractive seeded fruits that are both edible and ornamental. Native to China, sweet kumquat was brought to Europe centuries ago but today are not as popular as the larger sized citrus fruits. White fragrant flowers adorn the thin branches in late spring or summer followed by miniature orange fruits from autumn through to the next spring. Cool temperatures in autumn and winter help sweeten the fruits, which are best eaten...

Image of Fragaria x ananassa photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

The sweet, aromatic red fruit of this low-growing herbaceous perennial are a late spring favorite. Garden strawberries vary greatly in the size and flavor of their fruits, but all bear three-lobed leaves and most form offsets via trailing stems known as stolons. Plants bear round white five-petaled flowers in early to mid-spring, followed by the cone-shaped fruits. Many cultivars produce only one crop a year in late spring and early summer, but everbearing cultivars continue fruiting through summer...

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Jessie Keith

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are low-growing hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. Introduced in 1981 by the University of Maryland, 'Allstar' bears mild-flavored fruits midway through the spring strawberry season.

Garden strawberries vary greatly in the size and flavor of their fruits, but all bear three-lobed leaves and most form offsets via trailing stems known as stolons. This cultivar produces numerous stolons and offsets. The round white five-petaled flowers appear in mid-spring,...

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Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The heirloom strawberry 'Aroma' was once widely grown commercially for its large, flavorful, bright crimson berries. Originating in Kansas in 1889 and popular in the Midwest in the early twentieth century, it is rarely grown today.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Aroma' spreads by runners to form expanding clumps of three-lobed leaves. Plants bear round white five-petaled flowers in spring that develop from...

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Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. Introduced in 1923 by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva, New York, 'Beacon' is virtually extinct in cultivation today. This "June-bearing" strawberry fell out of favor because of its vulnerability to late spring frosts.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Beacon' spreads by runners to form expanding mats of three-lobed leaves. Plants bear round white five-petaled flowers in spring that...

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Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The heirloom strawberry 'Beder Wood' originated in Moline, Illinois, in 1881. It was widely cultivated in the Midwest United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries for its abundant, relatively early-ripening berries. It is rarely grown today.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Beder Wood' spreads by runners to form expanding clumps of three-lobed leaves. Plants bear round white five-petaled...

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Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The heirloom strawberry 'Brandywine' was widely cultivated in Southern California in the early twentieth centuries for its early-spring to late-autumn crop of large, flavorful, deep-crimson berries. Rarely grown today, this variety originated in West Chester, Pennsylvania, in about 1890.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Brandywine' spreads by runners to form expanding mats of three-lobed leaves. Plants bear round...

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Ulysses Prentiss Hedrick et al., USDA Corvallis

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The heirloom strawberry 'Bubach' (pronounced "Buh-baw") was widely cultivated in the United States at the turn of the twentieth century, but is rarely grown today. This cultivar originated in Princeton, Illinois, around 1882.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Bubach' forms clumps of compound, three-parted leaves. This variety produces relatively few "runners" and resulting offsets. Plants bear round white five-petaled...