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Allstar Strawberry


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  • Produces High Yields of Large, Juicy Red Fruit
  • 8-12 Inches Tall
  • 12 Inches Wide
  • Plant in Full Sun

Allstar Strawberry (Fragaria) is a fruit-producing machine. The strawberry hybrid produces high yields of large, juicy red fruit in early to mid-summer. Strawberries also are attractive plants in a garden or container, with showy white flowers with yellow centers that appear before the fruit forms. Even better, Allstar is a perennial in zones 4 through 9, so it will remain partly green through winter and come back in spring to bear fruit again.

Allstar Strawberry is called a June Bearer variety, because the fruit matures in a few weeks. The plant is bred to resist diseases common to strawberries such as verticillium wilt.

Allstar Strawberry Care

Choose a sunny spot in the garden or for a container. Place the plant in well-draining soil so the crown is just above the soil level. If growing several strawberry plants, space them about 6 to 18 inches apart. Plant your strawberry as soon as the soil is workable in spring to give the plant time to establish before summer arrives. The strawberries will send out runners as days lengthen; cut those off in the first year of plant growth to send more energy to producing fruit.

Growing Allstar Strawberry Plants

Allstar Strawberry plants grow quickly and produce large berries in their first year, assuming they get the sun, nutrients and water they need. The best soil is fertile, with plenty of organic matter, moist, and drains well. The pants reach about 8 to 10 inches tall and 18 inches wide, and fill with berries all around the plant. These June bearing strawberries also grow well in a container.

Even though Allstar Strawberry is a small plant, it needs space, so avoid crowding the plants in a container. Snip off runners and water more often but with less water than used for those grown in the ground.

Watering Allstar Strawberries

Water Allstar Strawberries regularly, at least weekly, depending on the weather. The plants need moisture to fully form plump and juicy berries, so add a layer of mulch around the plants to slow evaporation.

Feeding Allstar Strawberries

Add plenty of compost or aged manure to the growing area to keep strawberries healthy. Avoid fertilizing until after spring, or the extra energy will go into leaf and stem growth instead of fruiting.

Allstar Strawberry Plant Information

Common Name: Allstar Strawberry
Botanical Name: Fragaria ananassa
Plant Type: Strawberry - June Bearing
Edible Type: Fruit
Fruit Size: 1-2 inches
Light Exposure: Full Sun (+6 hrs.)
Spacing: 18" (46cm)
Height: 6 - 8" (15 - 20cm)
Width: 18 - 24" (46 - 61cm)
Brand: BURPEE®

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Plant Addict Guarantee (Included On All Plant Orders)

Plant Addicts guarantees your plant(s) will arrive happy and healthy, but the plant(s) are being shipped through the mail and accidents happen. If the plant is dead, has dried out roots or the incorrect item was shipped just notify Plant Addicts within 3 days upon delivery. We may ask for pictures but will try to make it as easy as possible for you. Please note plant(s) with damaged branches or wilted leaves will not qualify for this guarantee. Plants are very resilient and will rebound quickly when cared for correctly.

For information on how to care for you new plant please check out our guide. Guide: How to Care for Your New Plant(s)

Plant Addicts Warranty - 1 Year (Extra Purchase Required)

We encourage all plant lovers to purchase the Plant Addicts Warranty whether you’re new or an expert. There are many variables outside our control and yours that can cause the demise of your plant(s). Examples would be hungry animals, drought, poor soil conditions, over watering, disease, insects & many other factors. The Plant Addicts Warranty is a 1 year warranty protecting you from all the unknowns and will replace your plant if it moves on to the plant afterlife.

The warranty is purchased on a per plant basis and must be purchased at the same time as the plant purchase. We will cover 100% of the price of the plant but the warranty does not cover shipping cost. Simply let us know if your plant has died within one year of receiving it and we’ll get you a new one shipped out. We may ask for photos for documentation purposes but again we’ll try to make it as easy as possible.

For more information, please go to our Shipping & Returns page at the bottom of the website.

Guide: How to Care for Your New Plant(s)

Planter Shipping

Standard Colors: 2-3 business days

Special Order Colors: 8 weeks - this is due to the planter being custom made with the color(s) of your choice

Please Note: On special orders there can not be any cancellations

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Summer Shipping

  • If there is extreme heat we’ll delay shipping.  
    • We’ll have to review what areas the plants are traveling through along with your location

Once your plant is shipped you’ll receive an email with tracking information. Depending on the above criteria we’ll ship your plant(s) towards beginning of the following week from your order. We put together this helpful guide of what to do when you receive your plants in the mail.

It is important to know that all of our plants are clearly labeled for which growing zones the plant can survive in. The plants are thoroughly trialed and tested in every growing zone before we state the plant can grow in a zone. Again, our #1 priority is to ship the plants to you healthy and ready to thrive in your location. So we will do everything in our power to do so.

1 Review - Allstar Strawberry Show Reviews

  • 4
    small plants but in great shape

    Posted by Peter Phillips on Apr 11th 2020

    overall I'm pretty happy with my order. I pre-ordered some plants to arrive once it warmed up where I live in northern Florida. The plants arrived right when it says they would, and were in excellent condition. Just wish they were larger strawberry plants, so I was somewhat disappointed in that.