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Strawberry Plant 'Royal Sovereign'

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Fragaria x ananassa 'Royal Sovereign'

  • Dating back to 1892
  • Heritage strawberry.
  • Medium-sized fruits
  • Very juicy.
  • Very sweet.
  • Taste of yesteryear that really is special.
  • Self-fertile.

Supplied as good-sized bare root plants.

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5 or more £1.50GBP each. Group & quantity discounts
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Pollinator Friendly

Dating from 1892, Royal Sovereign was probably the pinnacle of Thomas Laxton's strawberry-breeding career, Thomas Laxton can be considered the 'father' of the modern strawberry. It was an extremely popular variety between 1920 and 1960 and even served at Queen Elizabeth II Cornation banquet. The fact that it is still sought after is a testament to its versatility.

Although the plants are not as large as modern varieties and the yield a little smaller and it's shelf life not as long as some, its superb flavour makes up for all this and when your growing your own the taste is the most important factor. This truly is a fantastic strawberry with a wonderful traditional flavour.

The fruits have a high juice content and a very sweet flavour.

Recommended by the RHS to be an excellent attractant and nectar source for bees and other beneficial insects.

  • Self-fertile.
  • Ideal for growing either in pots or the open ground.

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This product is subject to group discount if you are buying multiple products from the same pricing group. Other products in this group are...
Strawberry Plant 'Malwina'
Strawberry Plant 'Mara des Bois'
Strawberry Plant 'Snow White'

How To...

How To Grow Strawberries
Detailed advice on growing strawberries. Includes information on watering, pest control and harvesting.

Recipes

Strawberry Ice Cream Recipe
A quick and easy recipe to make the most gorgeous strawberry ice cream - with or without an ice cream-maker.

Strawberry Jam Recipe
An easy recipe for making everybody's favourite - strawberry jam!

Magazine Articles

Get Your Kids Into Gardening
An article about encouraging children to garden written by Stephen Shirley that appeared in Grow Your Own magazine

Strawberry Yields
An article on the basics of growing strawberries written by Stephen Shirley that appeared in the February 2007 issue of Grow Your Own magazine.