Eclair Strawberry Plants

Eclair Strawberry Plants

Unbeatable Flavor!

Pack of 25
Item # 39621-PK-25
Available Feb 10, 2020 to open plant zones. View schedule.
Buy 3+ at $13.45 ea
Buy 6+ at $12.70 ea

The three most important traits Eclair has to offer are flavor, flavor, and flavor. This June-bearer is exceptionally tasty, with experts detecting notes of raspberry and orange underlying the classic strawberry flavor. No one will ever mistake it for a store-bought berry -- it delivers fantastic taste and succulent texture on a whole new level!

Reaching just 6 to 8 inches high but quick to spread 12 to 15 inches wide, Eclair is robust and vigorous, thanks to superior disease resistance. If you have had trouble growing Strawberries before, this is the one to try for big, healthy crops every time.

Harvest Eclair's charming wedge-bottomed, large red fruit as soon as it ripens for freezing, or let it soften just a bit for canning and fresh eating. We think it will become your favorite strawberry in garden or container! Zones 5-10. Pack of 25 bareroots.

Review Summary
(Based on 2 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 4.0 / 5.0


Mickie from AZ wrote on February 10, 2019

I planted these strawberries in Northern Calif and they grew so fast! But the best thing was that they tasted so heavenly, sweet wonderful flavor with a luscious consistency! We've planted many different strawberries over time and this ECLAIR STRAWBERRY IS THE BEST FOR FRESH FOR FRESH EATING! WE'VE moved from CA to Arizona mountains and we're ordering a bunch more Eclair Strawberries right now!! Awesome!!!💖💖

Florida farmer
Vickie Lynn from FL wrote on February 22, 2017

I ordered these "plants" in December hoping to get them in January. We plant strawberries early in the season here in Central Florida. I suppose I should have fully read the description, because you don't actually get plants, you get a "Pack of 25 bareroots", which I call slips. The shipment arrived on 2/21/17. Planting "bareroots" now, in Central Florida, is a gamble. Our weather quickly turns from nice to very hot. The good news is the "plants" are supposed to be heat tolerate, we shall see. Yes, I am a bit skeptical but hopeful. We planted the "bareroots" this morning and I will post again in a month and let everyone know how things are working out. I hope I get a few nice strawberries out of this.