• MenuMENU
  • SearchSearch
  • Henry Field's
  • CallHelp
close

Shopping Cart

0 items in cart
FREE SHIPPING on an order of $40+
-Apply-

Fort Laramie Everbearing Strawberry

Fort Laramie Everbearing Strawberry

Hardiest Everbearer You Can Grow

Super-sturdy strain thrives in all parts of the country; withstands the worst winters without mulch. Produces a fair amount of runners and huge crops of bright red berries bursting with juice. Honey-sweet flavor is excellent fresh and for processing. Self-pollinating. Zones 3-7.
  • Zone 3 - 7 (-30° F.).
  • Height 8 - 10 inches.
  • Light Requirements Full sun.
This item ships in Spring.

#13867

$17.99
For each offer ordered, get 25 plants.
$17.99
Quantity: Reduce Quantity Increase Quantity
Ships in Spring.
Unable to ship to:

Product Details

  • Botanical Name: Fragaria ananassa 'Fort Laramie'; Family: Rosaceae (Rose Family)
  • Height: 8 - 10 inches.
  • Spacing: 12 - 24 inches.
  • Depth: Set with crowns just below soil level (where the roots meet the leaves).
  • Spread: 8 - 12 inches.
  • Sun/Shade: Full sun.
  • Color: White
  • Foliage: Rich green foliage.
  • Blooms: May - August.
  • Form: Mounding/Spreading.
  • Soil Requirements: Moist, well-drained, slightly acidic, sandy loam soil.
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
  • Pruning: Root only 5 or 6 runners from each plant and remove the rest. Arrange the runners to the ground and plant and remove the rest. Arrange the runners so they're about 6 inches apart. Everbearers should not bear fruit with the first flush of flowers since they need their strength to establish the main plant and to sprout runners. Pinch or cut off the first flowers that form, allowing the flowers later in the season to produce fruit.
  • Size: 1/2+ inch blossoms.
  • Fruit: Large to very large, bright scarlet fruit; dark pink to scarlet interior.
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating
  • Yield: Approximately 1 - 2 pints.
  • Comments :
    Everbearing. Firm, sweet flesh. Exceptionally aromatic. Pollinates well in cool or warm temperatures. Thrives in all parts of the country in zones 3 - 7. Mulch after the ground freezes in the Fall. Produces numerous runners.

Shipping Schedule

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

Spring 2018 Shipping Schedule
  Zones   Sweet Potatoes Bareroot Roses Tomatoes & Peppers Large Bareroots  Potatoes  Tender Annuals Onion Plants All other Perennials & Potted Plants
1A-4A 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/10 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
4B 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/3 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
5A 5/15 - 6/8 4/3 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/20 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 4/3 - 6/22
5B 5/1 - 6/8 3/20 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 3/20 - 6/22
6A 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/6 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
6B 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 2/27 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
7A 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/20 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
7B 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/13 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
8A & B 4/24 - 6/8 2/20 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/20 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/30 - 5/11 2/20 - 5/25
9A & B 4/24 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
10A & B 4/17 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
Last Order Date 6/4/2018 5/28/2018 5/28/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018
6/11/2018 6/4/2018 5/7/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

Ratings & Reviews

Write a review
The best for cold temps
Mar 7, 2017  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
I have finally 'settled in' to purchasing a batch of these every year, using new plants to replace old/spent ones. They surpass all other everbearing (or June bearers) and are great producers, especially if you decide to NOT let them produce runners like crazy (but pinch them off, generally, except for a few). They come back every year - including February 2015 where the AVERAGE temp was 6 degrees!


Produces numerous runners.
Apr 10, 2016  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
I am in FAR northwoods of the PNW. (close to Canada) I got these berry plants a few years back along with another type. I find that the term (everbearing) to not hold up. They do not seem to be a everbearing at least not for me. THEY however are proficient at making runners. SO if you do buy plant one every 4 feet and next year you will have a huge patch. I have not lost any to freezing and it has been lower than 13 BELOW..

Product Details
  • Botanical Name: Fragaria ananassa 'Fort Laramie'; Family: Rosaceae (Rose Family)
  • Height: 8 - 10 inches.
  • Spacing: 12 - 24 inches.
  • Depth: Set with crowns just below soil level (where the roots meet the leaves).
  • Spread: 8 - 12 inches.
  • Sun/Shade: Full sun.
  • Color: White
  • Foliage: Rich green foliage.
  • Blooms: May - August.
  • Form: Mounding/Spreading.
  • Soil Requirements: Moist, well-drained, slightly acidic, sandy loam soil.
  • Growth Rate: Medium growth rate.
  • Pruning: Root only 5 or 6 runners from each plant and remove the rest. Arrange the runners to the ground and plant and remove the rest. Arrange the runners so they're about 6 inches apart. Everbearers should not bear fruit with the first flush of flowers since they need their strength to establish the main plant and to sprout runners. Pinch or cut off the first flowers that form, allowing the flowers later in the season to produce fruit.
  • Size: 1/2+ inch blossoms.
  • Fruit: Large to very large, bright scarlet fruit; dark pink to scarlet interior.
  • Pollinator: Self-pollinating
  • Yield: Approximately 1 - 2 pints.
  • Comments :
    Everbearing. Firm, sweet flesh. Exceptionally aromatic. Pollinates well in cool or warm temperatures. Thrives in all parts of the country in zones 3 - 7. Mulch after the ground freezes in the Fall. Produces numerous runners.
Shipping Schedule

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

All plant items will be shipped to arrive at the proper planting time (depending on climatic conditions) for your area of the country.

We will pack and ship your order based on the following schedule:

Spring 2018 Shipping Schedule
  Zones   Sweet Potatoes Bareroot Roses Tomatoes & Peppers Large Bareroots  Potatoes  Tender Annuals Onion Plants All other Perennials & Potted Plants
1A-4A 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/10 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
4B 5/22 - 6/8 4/17 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 4/3 - 6/22 3/27 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 4/3 - 5/11 5/1 - 6/22
5A 5/15 - 6/8 4/3 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/20 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 4/3 - 6/22
5B 5/1 - 6/8 3/20 - 6/1 5/14 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/27 - 5/11 3/20 - 6/22
6A 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 3/6 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
6B 5/1 - 6/8 3/6 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 3/6 - 6/22 3/6 - 6/15 4/30 - 6/8 2/27 - 5/11 3/6 - 6/22
7A 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/23 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/20 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
7B 5/1 - 6/8 2/27 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 6/22 2/27 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 2/13 - 5/11 2/27 - 6/22
8A & B 4/24 - 6/8 2/20 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/20 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/30 - 5/11 2/20 - 5/25
9A & B 4/24 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
10A & B 4/17 - 6/8 1/23 - 6/1 4/2 - 6/1 2/13 - 5/25 2/13 - 6/15 4/2 - 6/8 1/2 - 5/11 2/13 - 5/25
Last Order Date 6/4/2018 5/28/2018 5/28/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018
6/11/2018 6/4/2018 5/7/2018 1A-7B: 6/18/2018
8A-10B: 5/21/2018

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

*Due to hot weather conditions, we are unable to ship most plant items July through August.

Shipping Notes:
Orders for gift certificates are typically shipped within 5 business days.

Trees and shrubs are kept in the nursery row until fully dormant for optimum stress protection. The type of product you order or the weather in our area or yours may affect the anticipated shipping schedule.

Please note that we cannot ship outside of the 48 contiguous states.

Ratings & Reviews
Write a review
The best for cold temps
Mar 7, 2017  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
I have finally 'settled in' to purchasing a batch of these every year, using new plants to replace old/spent ones. They surpass all other everbearing (or June bearers) and are great producers, especially if you decide to NOT let them produce runners like crazy (but pinch them off, generally, except for a few). They come back every year - including February 2015 where the AVERAGE temp was 6 degrees!


Produces numerous runners.
Apr 10, 2016  |  
Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon Review star icon
I am in FAR northwoods of the PNW. (close to Canada) I got these berry plants a few years back along with another type. I find that the term (everbearing) to not hold up. They do not seem to be a everbearing at least not for me. THEY however are proficient at making runners. SO if you do buy plant one every 4 feet and next year you will have a huge patch. I have not lost any to freezing and it has been lower than 13 BELOW..

We Also Suggest
popup image Close

Want Exclusive Deals from Henry Field’s®?

When you become a Henry Field’s® email subscriber, we’ll send you up-to-the minute updates and deals—including exclusive offers that are available only to our email subscribers.


close button