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Savoring winter delights: Greenhouse grown Sweet Blooms strawberries

Pure Flavor Sweet Blooms strawberries are a special variety of delicately sweet strawberries that can be enjoyed no matter the time of the year. The best part about the Sweet Blooms strawberries is that they are sustainably grown in glass greenhouses to ensure consistency in berry quality, flavor and avawinterilability.

Bite-sized, juicy, and hand-picked in small batches, they are Berriously Delicious even during the winter months.

Take a step inside Pure Flavor’s greenhouse during the winter season and learn how they grow Sweet Blooms strawberries year-round with these interesting facts:

1. WHEN IS STRAWBERRY SEASON?

Strawberry season varies by region and climate, but for most areas, it generally occurs in early spring (April) and into later summer (August). At Pure Flavor they’ve been able to take the seasonality out of growing fresh strawberries due to the unique growing capabilities that allow to grow year-round.

2. HOW IS PURE FLAVOR ABLE TO GROW STRAWBERRIES YEAR-ROUND?

To grow Sweet Blooms strawberries year-round, even during thwintere winter months, it takes careful planning and the right growing conditions. To do so, they use state-of-the-art greenhouse growing technology and methods that ensure the berry plants are happy, healthy and of course warm

Lighting: Proper lighting is crucial for successfully growing strawberries in a greenhouse, especially during the months when there isn’t enough natural light. For proper lighting, always monitor light placement, light duration, light intensity, light efficiency and more.

Water: Like lighting, water is another essential element for growing greenhouse strawberries. Strawberries have specific water requirements, and ensuring they receive the right amount of moisture is crucial for their health, taste and production.

Nutrients: Properly managing the amount of nutrients that is fed to strawberry plants is another crucial factor. Plants must have a calculated amount of nutrients to promote healthy growth and maximization of production, ensuring a bountiful harvest.winter

Integrated Pest Management: Managing pests in a greenhouse is essential for successful strawberry plant health. Greenhouse plants are susceptible to various insect pests, and it’s important to implement pest control measures with good bugs to protect the crop. Orius are the primary good bugs that help with keeping the bad bugs away from plants.

3. WHAT ARE THE HEALTH BENEFITS OF EATING STRAWBERRIES?

Strawberries are low in calories and packed with essential nutrients, such as Vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants and folate. Some potential health benefits of eating strawberries include improved heart health, weight management and better digestion and are also known for their skin-boosting properties.

winter4. WHAT GOES WELL WITH SWEET BLOOMS STRAWBERRIES?

From snacks to salads, parfaits, and family-focused meals and desserts, Pure Flavor Sweet Bloomsstrawberries are versatile and pair well with a wide range of other ingredients in both sweet and savory dishes.

Here are some combinations that go particularly well with Sweet Blooms strawberries:

  • Herbs & Spices: oregano, rosemary, basil, cardamom, cinnamon
  • Meats & Cheeses: pork, chicken, goat cheese, ricotta cheese, cream cheese
  • Fruits & Veggies: cucumbers, avocado, lemons, blueberries, spinach
  • Pasta, Rice & Grain: oats, pumpkin seeds, rice, vienna bread, baguette

5. WHAT ARE SOME POPULAR RECIPES THAT USE SWEET BLOOMS STRAWBERRIES?

Here are some of the best Sweet Blooms strawberries recipes that are perfect for sharing with friends and family during the winter season:

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Strawberry BBQ Chicken
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Strawberry Bruschetta
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Balsamic Strawberry Chicken
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