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All commercially available strawberries are hybrids of the Latin name Fragaria x ananassa. The fruit they produce are not true berries, as the seeds form on the exterior of the fruit. The plants are easy to grow, and so adaptable that they can be grown nearly anywhere in the world. The seeds may benefit from a process called vernalization in which they are planted in pots, and then sealed in bags and kept in the refrigerator for 2-3 weeks. This simulates winter for the seeds. The pots are then given bottom heat to improve germination. Strawberries are members of the rose family, Rosacea.
These tiny seeds produce big, mouthwatering traditional strawberries. Start the seeds indoors during the winter and place the seedlings out after the last frost. While they may not produce much fruit the first year, these sprawling plants will eventually yield heavily over a long season. Ideal for containers or raised beds.
Matures in 150 days. (open pollinated seeds)
FR830 A (0.02g) approximately 42 seeds
FR830 B (0.04g) approximately 85 seeds
FR830 C (0.2g) approximately 426 seeds
This French delicacy may be the perfect little strawberry. They are bigger than most alpine strawberries, bright red, deliciously sweet, and easy to care for. The compact perennial plants form pretty little mounds that will bear strawberries the first year. Set them around the edges of the flower garden, in hanging baskets, and windowsill planters for easy picking.
FR820 A (0.02g) approximately 50 seeds
FR820 B (0.05g) approximately 125 seeds
FR820 C (0.2g) approximately 500 seeds