Product code: 7226
Yellow Cream Alpine strawberry seeds are a bit easier to start than some others. Start the seeds indoors as early as December, and transplant outdoors one week after your last average frost date. That’s around the first or second week in April.
Product code: 163
This ancient of strawberry was popular in colonial America as well as 17th century Europe. Fruit have bright red skin and pure white flesh. These bear in June and are best eaten right out of the garden, they have superb flavor, not shipping quality.
Product code: 7
Fruit can be eaten fresh or cooked and made into jams, tarts or puddings. Prefers a fertile, well drained moisture retentive soil but is not fussy whether conditions are acid or alkaline. Best in full sun or light shade but can tolerate semi-shade.
Product code: 1055
One of the better known heirloom alpine strawberries, Alexandria has thimble-sized, luscious, dark red berries. Top-rated for flavor, vigor and yield, these runnerless, everbearing plants produce more fruit when allowed ample space.
Product code: 2036
The strawberries grow upright during the whole summer and a large part of the fall. You can harvest Regina till the first frosts. Very much loved by bees. Strawberries are delicious fruits and the flavour is nicest when they are really fresh.
Product code: 5170
Strawberry Snow White is an unusual white variety with vivid red seeds that will make a refreshing change to fruit salads and ice cream. This popular novelty crop produces fruit with a lovely flavour.
Product code: 9920
The wood alpine strawberry produces masses of dainty, sweet tasting berries from July to September. The small fruits have a delicate flavour with an almond undertone making them perfect for decorating pastries and cakes.
Product code: 10447
A unique and rarely offered yellow-fruited form of the European Wild Strawberry. Clumps do not make runners, so these are well-behaved plants suitable for edging, in the rock garden or in containers. Tiny white flowers appear all season.
Product code: 4863
The Alpine Strawberry "Ruegen" has intensely delicious fruit on beautiful, naturally-everbearing, compact plants without runners. Clusters of large, white flowers followed by remarkably sweet, tasty red berries, June - late fall. Evergreen in warm areas.