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Honeoye Strawberry Plants

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Early Season

  • Firm fruit are good for freezing.
  • Good size fruit in large crops.
  • Mildew & grey mould resistant.
  • RHS Award of Garden Merit
  • Crops from Mid-June to July.
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£ 3.29

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Description

Honeoye Strawberry Plants - Early Season

Description of Honeoye Plants & Fruit:
A reliable, hardy, disease resistant and heavy cropping plant, Honeoye is a popular strawberry bush for sale in markets and garden centres. It's also often grown by pick your own farmers.

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Characteristics:

  • Heavy cropper.
  • Upright position of fruit helps with ripening & staying off the soil.
  • Hardy - good for Scotland & the North.
  • Resistant to both leaf mildew & grey mould on the fruit.
  • Fruit are firm & resistant to splitting in damp weather.
  • Very good for freezing.
  • Crops between mid-June and mid-July.

Growing Honeoye Strawberries:

Strawberries need rich earth that drains well, regular watering to maintain a moist soil in dry weather and a sunny spot.

Read our detailed information on how to grow Strawberries here.

Background Informations:
Bred from Vibrant & Holiday, Honeoye is a parent for a lot of newer breeds. It was released in 1979 by the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station, part of Cornell University.