Honeoye Strawberry

Fragaria x ananassa 'honeoye'

Honeoye strawberries are self-pollinating, easy to grow, and a joy to have in the garden.

These plants produce one large crop over a 3-4 week period from mid-June through early July, with vigorous runners that tend to grow after the ripening of berries.

The Honeoye strawberry plant is a hardy variety developed at Cornell’s Geneva Research Station over three decades ago. It has unusual winter tolerance and can thrive even in very low-temperature areas, making it one of the best varieties for your garden!

Honeoye Strawberry Overview

Botanical Name: Fragaria x ananassa 'honeoye'

Common Name: Honeoye Strawberry 

Plant Type: Fruits 

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Water Needs: Average 

Maintenance: Moderate, High 

Soil Type: Loam, Clay, Heavy 

Soil PH: Neutral

Soil Drainage: Moist but Well-Drained 

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Flower Color: White 

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