Strawberry ‘Marys Peak’ June Bearing

Description

Named for the Oregon mountain with the same name, Marys Peak (not Mary’s Peak) yields medium to large sized berries of excellent firmness and flavor. Marys Peak strawberries are a deep red color throughout. While they are considered June bearing, they ripen later than many of the other popular varietals and are often still available at the beginning of July. Photo courtesy of Oregon-Strawberries dot org.
Care: Plant 12-16″ apart with the crown at soil level. Needs rich well-drained soil, full sun, and 1-2″ of water per week.

Named for the Oregon mountain with the same name, Marys Peak (not Mary’s Peak) yields medium to large sized berries of excellent firmness and flavor. Marys Peak strawberries are a deep red color throughout. While they are considered June bearing, they ripen later than many of the other popular varietals and are often still available at the beginning of July. Photo courtesy of Oregon-Strawberries dot org.
Care: Plant 12-16″ apart with the crown at soil level. Needs rich well-drained soil, full sun, and 1-2″ of water per week.

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