Jung’s Strawberry Plants
Our strawberry plants are grown by America’s best growers from virus- free plants on new fumigated soil and propagated under rigid supervi- sion of state inspection. We keep them dormant, allowing you to plant in summer and fall to get a head start on a crop of berries next year.
JUNE-BEARING VARIETIES (in order of ripening)
Wendy CABOT Cabot
30053–Zones 4-8–(P.P.16971)–The ideal strawberry for northern gardeners who want HUGE straw- berries with GREAT FLAVOR! Bred by the Kent- ville Research Station out of Nova Scotia, Canada, Cabot is known for its huge, delicious berries that are fi rm and red throughout. The winter-hardy, disease resistant plants are best adapted to northern locations where large fruit size is desired. Ripens late season. 25 for $11.95; 50 for $19.95; 100 for $36.95; 250 for $79.95; 500 for $149.95
30093–Zones 3-8–(P.P.18340)–Combines early fruiting with Canadian hardiness. Large, glossy red, wedge-shaped to conic berries are fi rm with bright red fl esh and excellent fl avor. Fruit size holds from fi rst to last picking. Plants runner well and yields are nearly double that of other early Junebearing varieties. Has resis- tance to red stele and powdery mildew. 25 for $11.95; 50 for $19.95; 100 for $36.95; 250 for $79.95; 500 for $149.95
30055–Zones 3-8–(P.P.11110)–Sets a standard for strawberry excellence. Developed in Canada, Cavendish produces high yields of large, fi rm, bright red berries with outstanding fl avor. Plants are vigorous and runner well with berries ripening over a long season. Popular for both U-pick and home garden use. Has resistance to red stele and verticillium wilt. Early midseason. (Not pictured). 25 for $11.95; 50 for $19.95; 100 for $36.95; 250 for $79.95; 500 for $149.95
30075–Zones 3-8–Rated the best by both home gardeners and commercial growers. The very large fruits are conic in shape, bright glossy red, fi rm and deliciously sweet with a high tolerance to fruit rot. Plants are large, hardy and vigorous with good early runner production and heavy yields. A midseason variety. 25 for $10.95; 50 for $18.95; 100 for $34.95; 250 for $74.95; 500 for $129.95
Jewel HONEOYE JUNE-BEARING STRAWBERRY SPECIAL
30098 (X)–June-bearers produce abundantly through- out the berry season. There is no choice of variety at these special prices. Plants will be labeled. 25 for $8.95; 50 for $14.95; 100 for $25.95
EVERBEARING STRAWBERRY SPECIAL
30097 (X)–Vigorous plants produce fruit throughout the summer and fall if runners are removed. There is no choice of variety at these special prices, but plants will be labeled.
25 for $8.95; 50 for $14.95; 100 for $25.95 Strawberry and
Sprinkle the granules over your strawberry bed, around fruit trees and ornamental plants, in rose gardens and over ground covers to prevent many annual grassy and broad- leaf weeds from germinating. Apply any time of the
Fruit Tree Weeder Tackle weeds before they germinate with this granular pre-emergence herbicide.
Bird-X™ Protective Netting
Protect your valuable fruit and garden crops from birds and small animals.
This tough polypropylene ¾ inch mesh is rot-proof and not affected by spray chemicals.
52104–7x20 ft. Each $10.95; 2 or more $9.95 ea.
52105–14x14 ft. Each $11.95; 2 or more $10.95 ea.
52106–28x28 ft. Each $38.95; 2 or more $37.95 ea.
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GROW 50 STRAWBERRIES IN A 6 FOOT PYRAMIDAL TERRACED GARDEN
53315 (X)–Includes heavy aluminum 6', 4' and 2' diameter self-locking bands, a com- plete sprinkling system plus 50 everbear- ing strawberry plants for $49.95
30080–Zones 4-8–A top choice for home gardeners and pick- your-own operations. Bright red berries are very large and glossy with good internal color and mouth-watering fl avor. Plants produce lots of berries that are easy to pick. Sturdy, compact plants have tested winter hardy. Ripens late midseason. 25 for $10.95; 50 for $18.95; 100 for $34.95; 250 for $74.95; 500 for $129.95
30095–Zones 3-8–A long-time favorite for jam and freezing. Highly regarded for over 60 years for its vigor, hardiness, qual- ity and high yields. Large, fi rm, deep red fruits have excellent fl a- vor. A late ripener with the ability for even the last blossom to set fruit. (Not pictured). 25 for $10.95; 50 for $18.95; 100 for $34.95; 250 for $74.95; 500 for $129.95
EVERBEARING VARIETIES Seascape
30034–Zones 4-8–(P.P.7614)–Ideal for containers as well as the garden. This day-neutral variety produces fruit repeatedly through the growing season. Large, conical-shaped berries are bright red in- side and out with exquisite fl avor. One of the most productive and disease resistant everbearers. Widely adapted. 25 for $11.95; 50 for $19.95; 100 for $36.95; 250 for $79.95; 500 for $149.95
30030–Zones 3-8–Our most popular everbearer. Strong, vigorous plants bear large, uniform berries with rich red coloring throughout and distinct honeysweet fl avor. Unsurpassed for freezing, canning or fresh table use. 25 for $10.95; 50 for $18.95; 100 for $34.95; 250 for $74.95; 500 for $129.95
year. Active ingredient is Devrinol® (napropamide). 88584–7 LB. SHAKER: Each $45.95
GROWING EVERBEARERS–Remove runners to encourage mul- tiple crown formation as more crowns result in more fruit.
SEASCAPE Wooden Berry Boxes
Raspberries, strawberries, blue- berries, and other fruits all look more luscious in these bright new wood boxes.
53462–PINTS: 50 for $19.95; 100 for $37.95; 250 for $89.95; 500 for $169.95
53463–QUARTS: 50 for $27.95; 100 for $53.95; 250 for $129.95; 500 for $249.95
Write for special prices in lots of 1000 or more.
Fax: 1-800-692-5864 J. W. JUNG SEED CO. – 35 – OZARK BEAUTY
Holographic images printed on this refl ective ribbon fl ash dramatically in sunlight as the tape vibrates in the wind. Ideal for fruit trees, berry patches, grapevines and gardens. Stretch over crops between stakes or posts. ¾" wide x 100' roll. 52102–1 roll $7.95; 2 or more rolls for $6.95 each.
Scarecrow Ribbon Protects crops from thieving birds
EARLY AND HIGH YIELDING
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