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Earliglow Strawberry Plant - (Bundle of 10)

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Earliglow Strawberry Plant - (Bundle of 10)

Price: $6.90 (per bundle of 10 plants)

Volume Pricing per Variety

QuantityAmount
1 to 1$6.90
2 to 4$5.00
5 to 9$4.30
10 to 24$3.20
25 to 49$3.00
50 to 99$1.90
100 to 299$1.50
300 to 600$1.40
Price: $6.90 (per bundle of 10 plants)
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Earlyglow Strawberry
Sold in bundles of 10

 

  • Medium to large symmetrical, conic fruit.
  • Tough, glossy, deep red skin.
  • Firm uniformly deep red flesh, excellent flavor.
  • Vigorous, productive plants, many runners.
  • Resistant to botrytis rot, five races of red stele, verticullium wilt, leaf scorch and leaf blight.
  • Some resistance to powdery mildew.
  • Size decreases as season progresses.
  • Excellent for Pick Your Own and fresh market.
  • Early Season Cultivar
  • Sold as a bare root plant
  • Zone 4-8



(Fairland x Midland) x (Redglow x Surecrop)


For Quantities over 5000 plants Call 360-969-9145 or email Info@usberryplants.com


Volume Pricing Details

Refer to the chart on the left to determine volume pricing. All strawberry plants are sold in bundles of 10 plants. 1 bundle equals 10 plants.

Example: If you want 50 plants, you would purchase 5 bundles.

The "Quantity" column represents the number of bundles you are interested in purchasing. The "Amount" column represents the volume pricing for each bundle.

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By far the best IMHO
George (NE Ohio) 5/5/2014 3:49 PM
Resistant to diseases; excellent flavor; they are sweet and flavorful; only downside: they do get smaller later in the year; but still very delicious. I don't even bother with any other June-Bearing varieties. I plant Mara de Bois for all-season long use, but while any interesting flavor, not as good a Earliglow. When I retire; I'll freeze Earliglow, and probably not bother with Mara de Bois. I don't care for any of the other everbearing strawberries that I've tried.