Ashridge Nurseries is working as normal and the despatching of bareroot plants is underway.

You can see Current Delivery Information Here. We are now taking orders for delivery in February/March 2021.

Bulbs in the Green are available to order today.

Order now for delivery in February/March.

Strawberry Plants for Sale

The Best Strawberry Plants

UK Grown Fragaria Varieties

Strawberries need sun; plenty of other soft fruit can do well enough in the shade, but not these beauties. At the absolute minimum, they need 6 hours per day of spring and summer sun, but 10 is better. The more shade tolerant exceptions are wild strawberries like Leo Alba (which might be why they are sold out right now!)

We also sell a large range of other Soft Fruit Plants.

All the plants in this section have a Year Guarantee, with free delivery on orders over £60. Best advice & support throughout.

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  1. Everbearing

    • Good crop size.
    • Sweet flavour.
    • Very disease resistant.
    • Crops all summer.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  2. Everbearing

    • Good crop size.
    • Firm texture, good for storage.
    • Very disease resistant.
    • Crops all summer.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

    OUT OF STOCK - SOLD OUT UNTIL AUTUMN 2021

  3. Early - Main Season

    • Medium sized fruit, large crops.
    • Superb flavour, great for jam & freezing.
    • Disease resistant.
    • Crops from Mid June when grown in the open.
    • Great for not-so-sunny sites
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

    OUT OF STOCK - SOLD OUT UNTIL AUTUMN 2021

  4. Very Early Season

    • Very sweet, large fruit.
    • Modest crop size.
    • Firm fruit are hard to bruise.
    • Very disease resistant (apart from crown rot).
    • Crops from Early May under cover, Early June in the open.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  5. Late Season

    • Crops late June - late July
    • Large fruit with an orange hue.
    • Extremely disease resistant.
    • Firm, stores well
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  6. Mid-Late Season

    • Crops June-July
    • Huge fruit.
    • Good disease resistance.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  7. Mid Season

    • Mid June-July
    • Common supermarket variety
    • Medium sized fruit, great flavour.
    • Doesn't bruise easily.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  8. Late Season

    • Crops from mid-July
    • Very sweet flavour. Firm skin.
    • Tough, disease resistant plants.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  9. Everbearing

    • Crops from Mid July to Sept/Oct.
    • Disease resistant.
    • Firm, juicy fruit.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  10. Late Season

    • Big crops of large, delicious fruit.
    • Disease resistant.
    • Good for freezing & jam.
    • Crops in late July-August.
    • RHS Award of Garden Merit
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  11. 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.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  12. Late Season

    • White alpine strawberry.
    • Modest yields of small, distinctive fruit.
    • Everbearing in sunny sites.
    • Tolerates shade well
    From £2.25  Inc VAT

    OUT OF STOCK - SOLD OUT UNTIL AUTUMN 2021

  13. Early Season

    • Sweet - best eaten fresh.
    • Good size fruit, large crops.
    • Not disease resistant.
    • Crops from Mid-May under cover, in June in the open.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

    OUT OF STOCK - SOLD OUT UNTIL AUTUMN 2021

  14. Main Season

    • From July when grown in the open.
    • Great flavour, average size crops.
    • Good in pots.
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

  15. Main Season

    • Fruits in July when grown in the open.
    • Very good for freezing
    From £1.50  Inc VAT

    OUT OF STOCK - SOLD OUT UNTIL AUTUMN 2021

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