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Wonderful Pineberry

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Wonderful Pineberry

Wonderful Pineberry

1 Reviews

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Wonderful Pineberry

The Wonderful Pineberry is a strawberry hybrid that is quickly gaining in popularity. This fruit looks just like a traditional strawberry, except for its combination of white skin and red seeds. Growers and consumers love the Wonderful Pineberry for its taste, low maintenance and unique look.

While birds and pests are drawn to the bright red color of traditional strawberries, they aren't interested in the simple white color of the Wonderful Pineberry. This means you won't have to compete with wildlife in order to enjoy the taste of this delicious fruit. Wonderful Pineberries have a firm outer texture and a soft, juicy flesh. The fruit tastes sweet and slightly tart, similar to a pineapple. The texture and taste of this unique fruit is what gives it the pineberry name. Pineberries are excellent in pies and jams, as well as eating right off the vine. Pop a handful in your mouth on a hot day and enjoy the delectable flavor.

Wonderful Pineberries are very easy to grow. They can be grown in the ground or in containers on a deck or patio. If you live in a cold climate, bring your pineberry plant indoors in the winter. Wonderful Pineberries are cold hardy, so you won't have to worry about losing them to normal frost. This plant is ideal for zones 5 through 8. It prefers full to partial sun and has a moderate drought tolerance.

Your plant can grow eight to 12 feet high and ten to 18 feet wide. With this breadth and width, you're sure to get a plentiful harvest each year. Even if you prune your Wonderful Pineberry back as a small patio plant, the fruit will grow in dense clusters that form beautiful teardrops off the vine. No matter what size you choose, your plant will be peppered with small, white flowers that bloom right before the harvest.

Treat yourself and your family to something new with the Wonderful Pineberry. This unique fruit gives you all the benefits of a traditional strawberry but with an added flair. Friends, family and strangers will ooh and ahh over this mesmerizing fruit with a flavorful punch like no other. Your non-GMO plant will thrive in your yard or garden and deliver delicious yields year after year. Take your taste buds for a spin with the Wonderful Pineberry and get a jumpstart on this popular trend in hybrid masterpieces.

Your Growing Compatibility

USDA
Growing Zones

4-8

Minimum
Chill Hours

N/A

Compatible Growing Zone

You are in Growing Zone 6

Characteristics

Growing Zone 4,5,6,7,8 Botanical Name Fragaria
Mature Width 10-18 in. Mature Height 8-12 in.
Sun Tolerance Full Sun, Partial Sun Wet Soil Tolerance Fair
Shade Tolerance Good Drought Tolerance Good
Heat Tolerance Good Hummididty Tolerance Good
Pest Resistance Good Disease Resistance Good
Deer Resistant Good Ripens Spring-First Frost
Soil Type Loamy, Well Drained Self Fertile Yes

Characteristics

Growing Zone 4,5,6,7,8 Botanical Name Fragaria
Mature Width 10-18 in. Mature Height 8-12 in.
Sun Tolerance Full Sun, Partial Sun Wet Soil Tolerance Fair
Shade Tolerance Good Drought Tolerance Good
Heat Tolerance Good Hummididty Tolerance Good
Pest Resistance Good Disease Resistance Good
Deer Resistant Good Ripens Spring-First Frost
Soil Type Loamy, Well Drained Self Fertile Yes

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Wonderful Pineberry

 

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Wonderful Pineberry

Dear Backyard Fruit, I love the informative descriptions you give for each plant or tree, including the one for the Pineberry, which sounds delicious. However, I think you may be mistaken when you say about the Pineberry, "Your plant can grow eight to 12 feet high and ten to 18 feet wide...". Unless your particular plants are much larger than any other offers for Pineberry that I have seen elsewhere, it should read, "...12 inches high and ten to 18 inches wide", which would change that paragraph completely. I am keenly interested in trying to grow some pineberry plants next year. Great website by the way! Have a good day, Les from Texas

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Planting & Care

Planting and caring for your new fruit tree is easy. To get started, find a good spot in your yard or a large container. The location should have good drainage and adequate sunlight. For a container, be sure there are drainage holes in the bottom and that it is large enough for the root ball to fit with some extra room.

In the yard, dig a hole that is a few inches shallower than the height of the root ball and three times as wide. The roots need room to spread outwards, but you don't want it to sit too deep in the hole. If your soil is especially dense and compacted, you may need to go out wider and loosen up the soil.

Before placing the root ball in the hole or container, pull the roots gently to space them out a little and cut off any damaged roots. Place the tree into the hole or container, ensuring that the point at which the roots meet the trunk is going to be an inch or two above the surrounding soil.

Carefully add the soil back into the hole or add your potting mix to the container. It helps to have one person hold the tree upright while you do this. It helps to keep the tree straight. As you fill in the soil, take steps to prevent air pockets from forming by removing large pieces of debris, breaking up large, dense clumps of soil, and water a little at a time. The soil should slope downward from the trunk to prevent water pooling around the roots, but the tops of the largest roots should protrude from the soil.

Water your new tree thoroughly to settle the soil. Water it again when the top two-inch layer of soil dries out. As your tree grows and the roots develop, you can water less often. Your tree will arrive pruned, so you only need to prune it once a year, in early spring, to keep its shape and to promote more fruit development, or to keep it small if you are growing in a container.

Fertilizer is not always necessary. If your tree grows well and looks healthy, it probably doesn't need any feeding. If you are not happy with how fast it is growing, of if you notice any signs of poor nutrition, you can apply an appropriate fertilizer once or twice a year. Our trees are hardy and you should not need to spray for pests or disease.

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Due to the nature of certain cold sensitive plants, it is best to ship them during months with milder temperatures. Spring shipped items are identified on their product page, as well as information on Northern States that ship in spring. Most trees and plants we carry can safely be planted year-round, but you may prefer planting in warmer weather. If you would like to receive a plant earlier than designated or delay its delivery date, we are happy to schedule what’s most convenient. Just call us at 1-888-286-1004.

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Will my Trees Look Like the Photographs?

Most trees and plants on the website are pictured in their mature form. Depending on the product and growth rate, mature development can take years for your plant to resemble the photos.


Picture the last time you took a walk in the woods. The young trees were not miniature bonsai versions of mature trees. Instead they were naturally thin and lanky. Young trees are programmed to race toward the light, before the competing vegetation crowds them out. Once established, they start developing a wide canopy and shedding lower limbs.

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Pruning & Trimming

Most Fruiting Plants Are Pruned Before Shipping... At No Cost To You!

Pruning makes plants appear to be less-full than the ones you may have seen at your local big box garden center. A retailer's goal is to have plants look their best while sitting in the store. Our goal is to have them look the best after you plant them.


Pruned trees and shrubs not only travel better, but become established much quicker. So rather than supporting extra foliage, they put their energy into sending out deep roots. Once that happens, your plants become hardier and quickly explode with new top growth. Above the ground, pruning helps your plants develop a more attractive form.