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New Climbing Strawberries


Imagine! An amazing new strawberry variety that climbs! A hardy strawberry plant that can easily be trained to grow upward as tall as a man… up to 6 feet high… an astonishing strawberry plant that produces delicious sweet strawberries the whole way up.

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6 Climbing Strawberries: Only $6.98
12 Climbing Strawberries: Only $9.98
24 Climbing Strawberries: Only $14.98

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CLIMBING STRAWBERRIES

GROWS UPWARD ON A POLE OR TRELLIS!

Imagine! An amazing new strawberry variety that climbs! A hardy strawberry plant that can easily be trained to grow upward as tall as a man… up to 6 feet high… an astonishing strawberry plant that produces delicious sweet strawberries the whole way up. Pick strawberries right from the vine. Now grow in your own garden the new amazing Climbing Strawberry plants that reach skyward. Grow strawberries up a pole or trellis with richly foliaged runners growing vigorously… As your plants reach heights of 4 feet, 5 feet, even 6 feet. You’ll pick sweet luscious strawberries from your own climbing strawberry plant without even having to wash off dirt…and popping them in your mouth to enjoy their vine-fresh flavor!

EVER BEARING FROM SPRING UNTIL FROST

Climbing strawberries grow, from spring until killing frost. Climbing strawberry plants start producing berries around June and continue to produce week after week. But that’s not all! These amazing plants are as beautiful as they are practical. Not only do they produce delicious fruit, but they also help to dress up your garden with beautiful greenery decked generously with bright red berries.

CHECK THESE AMAZING FEATURES:
– Produce Baskets of Luscious Strawberries!
– Bears Fruit from Spring till Frost!
– Grows Year After Year!
– Ornamental As Well As Fruit Bearing!
– Easy To Grow… Simple To Plant!

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