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Ruby Ann is the showiest strawberry for hanging baskets. Plants are covered in waves of very early, brilliant ruby red flowers . Blooms are followed by medium size, mild, sweet fruits. Flowers and fruit are produced all summer long.
This is the best seed grown, open pollinated, traditional strawberry. The delicious 1 inch berries appear all summer long on compact, runner-less plants. Perfect for containers or raised beds. For the fastest crop start seeds indoors in winter and plant outside in spring.
Large 1½-2 inch dark pink flowers from May until frost. Deep red, cone-shape, sugary, juicy and delicious summer fruit. Fruit sets on mother plant and along runners. Toscana produces up to 2 pounds of strawberries per plant. Vigorous growing to 8-10 inches tall and 12-18 inches wide, with runners to 3 feet long. A showy, productive, totally sweet choice for containers, flower beds, or vegetable gardens. A Fleuroselect FleuroStar award winner.
Compact, early flowering, nearly runner-less, day neutral, ever-bearing, high-yielding plants. Grows 9-12 inches tall, spreads 18-24 inches wide. Spring and summer is covered in masses of deep rose flowers. Mid-size fruits sweet and tasty, ripen steadily all summer. An outstanding ornamental edible perfect for hanging baskets, pots, or in ground planting.
An ideal strawberry for hanging baskets or containers, these vigorous, nearly runnerless plants produce large, luscious dark red 2 inch berries beginning in early to mid-summer and continue fruiting until frost.
High sugar levels make 'Beltran' fruit delicious and memorable. Vigorous, semi-compact plants produce few runners. Big, very early, showy, semi-double white flowers are held on extended flower trusses. 'Beltran' is especially free blooming. One of the best strawberries for pots and hanging baskets. The deep red, conical fruit is produced all summer long.
Vigorous everbearing plants with few runners produce masses of showy semi-double flower trusses of apple blossom-pink followed by mid-sized aromatic and delicious deep red berries beginning in May. They continue to develop and ripen throughout the growing season. A showy and tasty selection that is particularly beautiful when used in containers and hanging baskets.
Vigorous, healthy, everbearing plants produce many runners, and sensational large semi-double deep rose flowers from spring until fall. Fruiting begins in May with elongated bright red juicy berries, they will continue to develop and ripen throughout the season. A superb ornamental edible, Tarpan is an outstanding performer for hanging baskets and containers.
These everbearing strawberries are compact, early flowering, with deep green leaves, and produce almost no runners. The beautiful white flowers arrive in waves throughout the season and are followed by large deep red, delicious berries from May onwards.
Beautiful, pink spring flowers are followed by red, delicious, sweet berries which are higher in vitamin C content than most strawberries. Fruit appears in waves throughout the summer. Plants are compact, early flowering and produces few or no runners.
Vigorous, compact, early, heavy blooming, day neutral plants, with deep, glossy green foliage, and some runners. Pikan's beautiful pink flowers set sweet, tasty mid-size fruits, from late spring through early fall. One of the best ornamental edibles, Pikan is an excellent performer both in containers, and the garden.
Plants are compact, vigorous, heavy blooming and runnerless. Berries are bright red, fragrant, delicious, and are produced from spring through fall. Will often naturalize in partly shaded, regularly watered areas of the garden. Superb in containers. In France, Mignonette is the strawberry most often used to garnish champagne.
Tasty white-yellow berries that do not attract birds. Grows 6-8 inches tall. Rare.
Organically grown. Improved selection features fruits twice the size of wild berries. Compact, heavy blooming, runner-less perennials produce large amounts of fragrant and tasty strawberries continuously from spring through fall. Will often naturalize in partly shaded, well watered areas of your garden. Superb in containers.
Traditional Strawberries: Sow seed in cell packs or flats, press into soil but do not cover. Needs light to germinate. Kept at 60-65°F., germination averages 21-30 days. Transplant into the garden, 12 inches apart.
Alpine Strawberries: Sow in cell packs or flats, press into soil, barely cover. Cover flat with newspaper to exclude light; keep out of direct sun. Kept at 60°F., germination is in 2-5 weeks. Transplant 1 foot apart.