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Wonderful Pineberry
  • Wonderful Pineberry
  • Wonderful Pineberry
  • Wonderful Pineberry
  • Growing Zones: 5-8
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    Mature Height: 8-12 in.
    Mature Width: 10-18 in.
    Sunlight: Full Sun
    Spacing: 12-18 in.
    Botanical: Fragaria
    Cannot Ship to: AZ
    Plant Size Quart Pot
    Plant Directions: Sent with Order
    This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

    Wonderful Pineberry

    Wonderful Pineberry
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    The Most Unique Strawberry on the Market!

    The hottest trend in the strawberry world right now is the Wonderful Pineberry Strawberry. Your fruit patch will take on an exotic flavor thanks to the Pineberry’s white skin and red seeds. But the looks are only part of this plant’s appeal. Close your eyes, bite into a fresh fruit, and you’ll think you’re tasting a pineapple. This new miracle of the hybrid world will have jealous neighbors flocking to your garden for a look and into your kitchen for a taste.
    The Wonder Fruit
    One of the most exciting moments of growing the Pineberry is when it’s picking time. The fruits are usually ripe by early summer, and they should come off the stem easily when picked. The Pineberry is a high yielder, and each fruit averages 5 grams per berry! And you won’t have to worry about having an extra pollinator since the Pineberry is self-pollinating.
    Delicious Flavor
    Your recipe ideas will be endless as you can add the Pineberry to smoothies, salads, and fresh baked pies. Best of all, your Pineberries are chock full of nutrients, with each berry containing high amounts of Potassium and Vitamin C. You can store your Pineberries for up to 7 days in the fridge or up to six months in the freezer. However, chances are you’ll be eating most of these delicious fruits straight from your garden.
    Simple Care
    While the Pineberry may look regal, its maintenance is quite easy. Pineberries love a moist well-drained soil either in the ground or in a container. If you have a clay soil, consider breaking up the ground with a mix of green sand and peat moss. Your plant loves 6 to 8 hours of sunlight a day, and it prefers an organic fertilizer (like a 5-5-5) once in early spring and then as the fruits begin to appear. Plus, the Pineberry is cold hardy (growing zones 5-8), but if you live further North, you can put the plant in a container and move it inside when winter comes.
    Get your Wonderful Pineberry Strawberry today. This plant is in high demand so grab one or more before they’re all gone. Your palate and your garden will never be the same.

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