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Tristar Strawberry Plant - (Bundle of 10)

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Tristar Strawberry Plant - (Bundle of 10)

Price: $7.70 (per bundle of 10 plants)

Volume Pricing

QuantityAmount
1 to 1$7.70
2 to 4$5.20
5 to 9$4.70
10 to 24$4.20
25 to 49$3.70
50 to 99$2.10
100 to 299$1.80
300 to 499$1.70
500 to 2500$1.60
Price: $7.70 (per bundle of 10 plants)
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Available for Spring Shipping Only - (Mid February to End of May)

  • Everbearing, similar to Tribute, but noticeably sweeter and more aromatic.
  • Medium size, symmetrical, short conic fruit. Firm, glossy, deep red skin.
  • Solid, medium red flesh. Excellent for fresh eating and freezing.
  • Medium size plants; moderate number of runners which bloom and bear fruit before rooted; good for hanging baskets.
  • Fall crop is heaviest.
  • Cool fall weather brings larger, more elongated fruit.
  • Excellent for use in hanging baskets.
  • Zones 4-8.

Tristar strawberry plant produces medium to small sweet flavorful fruit and is a favorite of home gardeners who desire good dessert quality berries all season long.  Tristar yield peaks slightly earlier than Tribute.  It is resistant to red stele and powdery mildew and partially resistant to verticillium wilt and leaf scorch.  Full sibling to Tribute.


(EB 18 x MdUS 4258)

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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odd shaped fabulous taste
ConnieSue Dickinson (United States) 1/20/2015 3:07 PM
the berries on my tristar are shaped on oddly, they are smaller at the top and bigger at the bottom. I grow 5 different varieties of strawberries in a residential garden and the tristar are by far the best tasting