This Earliglow hybrid is a wonderfully fragrant berry that tastes and looks amazing. Luckily the Galletta Strawberry plant is also easy to grow! The Galletta Strawberry is a versatile berry that is great for jams and jellies, pies, fresh eating, and more! Strawberries are superfruits, rich in vitamin c and fiber. Grow this fruit plant organically for even more health benefits!
The low maintenance Galletta Strawberry Plant is resistant to red steele, black root rot, black vine weevil, and more! This disease and pest-resistant plant offers a nice harvest every year. It is a vigorous grower that loves its birthplace of North Carolina but is also well suited to most regions within zone 4, zone 5, zone 6, and zone 7.
- Disease resistant. The Galletta Strawberry plant is one of the hardiest strawberry plants available. It stands up to several devastating diseases.
- Delicious and healthy fruit. This strawberry has a superb flavor and a tantalizing scent! It is high in vitamin c, fiber, antioxidants, and manganese.
- Huge berries. This variety of strawberries produces large berries that are firm and easy to harvest.
- Highly productive. Growers report this strawberry offers a hearty crop throughout the season.
- Good variety for containers. Grow these tasty strawberries in pots right on your deck or patio!
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Plant your Galleta Strawberry plants in full sun and well-drained, moist, slightly acidic soil.
Newly planted strawberry plants should be watered every day for the first week. After this time water, your strawberry plants deeply about twice per week until they are established. Keep the soil moist during the growing season. Add a layer of mulch to reduce watering needs.
Apply our Very Berry Fertilizer throughout the growing season every 6 to 8 weeks.
The disease-resistant Galleta Strawberry plant is self-fertile and easy to grow.
Strawberry Plants in Containers
Pick out a pot with several drainage holes and an organic planting mix that drains well.
Water potted strawberry plants when the soil begins to dry. Do not allow strawberry plants to dry out completely during the growing season. Growth and production is best in moist, but not wet soil.
Potted plants should be fertilized more often than plants grown in the ground. Use Very Berry Fertilizer about every 6 weeks throughout the growing season.
Plants can be divided when the pot becomes too full or the soil is unable to hold moisture for long.
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|Soil Type||Acidic, Adaptable|
|Mature Height||6-8 Inches|
|Mature Width||1-2 Feet|