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James Burghardt

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid herbaceous perennials grown for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. Widely acclaimed for its intensely flavored fruits, 'Sequoia' bears very large, sweet, tender-fleshed berries from as early as midwinter to as late as midsummer in mild climates. Like most garden strawberries, it spreads by runners to form expanding clumps of three-lobed leaves.

A highly adaptable cultivar, 'Sequoia' succeeds in many regions (including California and the Northwest U.S.) if sited in...

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Jessie Keith

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The cultivar 'Sparkle' ripens its flavorful, soft-fleshed, medium-red berries in late spring and early summer, toward the end of the spring strawberry season. Introduced in 1942, this exceptionally cold-hardy "June-bearing" variety is still a backyard and farm-stand favorite in eastern Canada and the Northeast United States.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Sparkle' spreads by runners to form expanding mats of...

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry, Strawberry Festival Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are low-growing hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. A "cool-season" strawberry for areas with mild humid winters, 'Strawberry Festival' is a 2000 University of Florida introduction that resists fungal diseases and that flowers and fruits in winter. It is Florida's most widely cultivated strawberry variety.

This cultivar bears three-lobed leaves in clumps that form offsets via numerous trailing stolons. When days are short and temperatures moderate,...

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry, Sweet Charlie Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are low-growing hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. A "cool-season" strawberry for areas with mild humid winters, 'Sweet Charlie' is a 1992 University of Florida introduction that resists fungal diseases and that flowers and fruits in winter.

This cultivar bears three-lobed leaves in clumps that form offsets via trailing stolons. When days are short and temperatures moderate, plants produce round white five-petaled flowers, followed by an abundance...

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry, Tioga Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are low-growing hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. Introduced in 1964 by the University of California, 'Tioga' bears multiple crops of tasty strawberries from early spring to fall.

Like all strawberry cultivars, 'Tioga' forms clumps of compound, three-parted leaves with toothed leaflets. Plants produce prostrate stems ("stolons") that root to form new plantlets. From late winter to late spring, plants bear round white five-petaled flowers that develop...

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James H. Schutte

(Garden Strawberry, Strawberry, Tristar Strawberry)

Garden strawberries are hybrid herbaceous perennials grown for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. Introduced in 1981 by the USDA Agricultural Research Center, Beltsville, Maryland, 'Tristar' is a "day-neutral" cultivar which produces relatively small, firm, flavorful strawberries from late spring until early fall (with a pause during hot weather). Like most garden strawberries, it spreads by stolons to form expanding clumps of three-lobed leaves.

Highly adaptable, 'Tristar' succeeds in many regions...

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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 variety 'Warfield' bears numerous small, robustly flavored, dark-red berries on vigorous hardy plants. Rarely grown today, this "June-bearing" strawberry was a favorite of commercial growers in the northern United States in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It originated in Sandoval, Illinois, around 1882.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Warfield' spreads by runners to form expanding...

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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 most widely grown strawberry in the United States in the mid-nineteenth century, 'Wilson' originated in Albany, New York, around 1851. This heirloom "June-bearing" variety is rarely if ever cultivated today.

Like most garden strawberries, 'Wilson' spreads by runners to form expanding mats of three-lobed leaves. Round, white, five- to nine-petaled flowers open in spring from buds initiated the previous fall....

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. The seed-propagated variety Fragoo™ Pink provides a non-stop display of attractive flowers, foliage, and berries. It grows from seed to bloom in about 75 days. This pink-flowered, "day-neutral" strawberry was introduced by Syngenta Horticultural Services, Lisle, Illinois.

Like most garden strawberries, this cultivar spreads by runners to form expanding mats of three-lobed leaves. It produces conspicuous pink...

Garden strawberries are hybrid perennials prized for their sweet, aromatic red fruit. Fragoo™ strawberries are seed-propagated varieties that provide a non-stop display of attractive flowers, foliage, and fruits. They go from seed to flower in about 75 days. These "day-neutral" strawberries were introduced by Syngenta Horticultural Services, Lisle, Illinois.

Like most garden strawberries, these cultivars spread by runners to form expanding mats of three-lobed leaves. They produces conspicuous...