Now, now, everyone needs a little chuckle every once in a while. Well, today is your lucky day. Since this website exists to spread the passion for strawberries far and wide, it deals primarily with information about that wonderful, succulent, delightful red fruit. But, as with every venture, there is always time to laugh a little.
So, if you like corny jokes, this page is dedicated to you. Be sure to share your own favorite strawberry jokes at the bottom of the page in the comments section. Or, email the jokes to StrawberryPlants.org. If they are clean and coherent, They will be included here for the amusement of all.
Now, on to the funny strawberry jokes and strawberry puns!
Strawberry festivals have been a part of spring and summer celebrations marking the transition from the cold and dreary wintertime to a time of renewal, life, and color. Strawberries are the first crop ready for harvest in most temperate regions. When they are ready to be picked, it is a signal that scarcity is about to give way to abundance. And, that is cause to celebrate! There are scores of strawberry festivals, and most have long, storied histories of community involvement, integration of all people into the enjoyment, and fun activities for all ages.
Most strawberry festivals center around, of course, the magnificent strawberry and are held in either the month of May or June (although some are held both earlier and later). A typical strawberry festival will include a pageant for children or teenagers (or both), lots of music, events and activities centered around eating strawberry dishes (including strawberry shortcake!), and a host of other family fun. Depending on the size of the strawberry festival, carnival rides and other games and activities are available.
Most strawberry festivals are free to attend. However, none are free to put on. The typical small-town strawberry festival is usually hosted as a fund-raiser for various community groups, often a church or a chamber of commerce, and are funded by vendors and artisans who rent space at the festival in order to offer their crafts and wares to the festival goers. There are also several festivals who charge an admission to cover the cost of administrating the festival and to profit. Each festival is different and offers unique traditions and character. Some are associated with Pick-Your-Own Strawberry Farms, and most can provide a day or a weekend full of excitement!
We have multiple directories here at Strawberry Plants .org. We have a directory of suppliers who offer Strawberry Plants for Sale Online and a directory of Pick Your Own Strawberries. You DO NOT have to be the owner or a representative of the organization submitted in order to submit them. You don’t even have to like strawberry plants! Our goal is to provide a list as comprehensive as possible to facilitate the enjoyment of strawberries as extensively as possible. We need help! So, please feel free to submit any strawberry-related operations or farms that you are aware of below in the appropriate form.
Most store-bought packages of strawberries do not provide a lot of detailed information on the strawberries themselves. They usually have a brand name, price tag, and logo. If you want to find out the origin of strawberries you are buying, you’ll likely have difficulty.
However, there is a way to find out more about the details and location of the strawberry plants that produced the strawberries you buy in the store: decode the UPC code! Using the UPC code from the package and the table on this post, you can find out some valuable information regarding where the strawberry plants were planted, some information about specific varieties, and other information as well.