Fragaria ananassa 'Tillamook'
Tillamook strawberry is a June bearing strawberry known for its rich, sweet flavor and vibrant red color, typically grown in the Tillamook region of Oregon, which is known for its fertile soil and mild climate.
Tillamook strawberries are medium-sized, with a slightly conical shape and a shiny, smooth surface. The flesh is juicy and tender, with a sweet and slightly tart flavor that is balanced by a pleasant acidity.
One of the unique characteristics of Tillamook strawberries is their aroma, which is described as fragrant and floral, with a hint of vanilla. This aroma is especially noticeable when the berries are ripe and at their peak freshness.
Tillamook strawberries are typically in season from late spring through early summer, and they are often used in a variety of culinary applications, from desserts and jams to salads and cocktails. They can also be enjoyed on their own, either fresh or frozen, as a healthy and delicious snack.
Hardy to USDA Zone: 5
Mature Size: 6" (Groundcover)
Sun: Full Sun to Part Shade
Ripening Time: June Bearing
Pollination: Self Fertile
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