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  1. WHITE SOUL STRAWBERRY

    WHITE SOUL STRAWBERRY

    An everbearing, white version of fragaria with a delicious flavor and decent sized berries on vigorous green plants which grow 8" to 10 " tall. Birds are not attracted to the white berries which are produced from late June to frost. Strawberry plants should be cold-treated before planting. Cold-treating simply involves placing the seed in an airtight bag or container and putting the seeds in your freezer for two to four weeks to simulate a winter's exposure. When you remove the seeds from the freezer, leave them in the bag or container without opening for several hours to let them slowly get back to room temperature before planting. Approx. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  2. YELLOW WONDER STRAWBERRY

    YELLOW WONDER STRAWBERRY

    This yellow version of fragaria provides berries that are even sweeter than the reds. Another plus is that birds are not attracted to their yellow fruits. Plants are 8" to 10" tall and very hardy providing an attractive, edible border from late June until a frost. An everbearer, fruits are a creamy yellow and some approach an inch in length. Strawberry plants should be cold-treated before planting. Cold-treating simply involves placing the seed in an airtight bag or container and putting the seeds in your freezer for two to four weeks to simulate a winter's exposure. When you remove the seeds from the freezer, leave them in the bag or container without opening for several hours to let them slowly get back to room temperature before planting. Approx. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

  3. Temptation Strawberry

    TEMPTATION STRAWBERRY (65 days)

    An excellent choice for containers or other uses for seed started strawberries. First it is very early and not day length sensitive so it will fruit as an everbearer- all season long. Secondly it is very large for strawberries of this type, bright red and delicious. Plants also produce very few runners. Strawberry plants should be cold-treated before planting. Cold-treating simply involves placing the seed in an airtight bag or container and putting the seeds in your freezer for two to four weeks to simulate a winter's exposure. When you remove the seeds from the freezer, leave them in the bag or container without opening for several hours to let them slowly get back to room temperature before planting. 20 seeds. Learn More
    $1.75

  4. SARIAN STRAWBERRY (F1 hybrid)

    SARIAN STRAWBERRY (F1 hybrid)

    This is not an Alpine strawberry but a regular one, close in size to the varieties you grow from roots. If started early, ideally in March, you will be getting berries from sometime in July until the first frost. The attractive, compact plants could use some mulching over the winter. In the second year the plants will produce runners just like their root grown cousins. This variety is daylength neutral and everbearing. Strawberry plants should be cold-treated before planting. Cold-treating simply involves placing the seed in an airtight bag or container and putting the seeds in your freezer for two to four weeks to simulate a winter's exposure. When you remove the seeds from the freezer, leave them in the bag or container without opening for several hours to let them slowly get back to room temperature before planting. 15 seeds. Learn More
    $1.95

  5. Ruegen Strawberry

    RUEGEN STRAWBERRY

    These lovely everbearing plants are very easily grown from seed. Start indoors 8-10 weeks before the last frost and they will bloom and produce fruit their first summer, fruiting from late June until frost. Runnerless plants form bushy mounds 8" to 10" tall and are great as edging. Small, elongated berries have intense strawberry flavor often missing from the big varieties. Very hardy perennial. Strawberry plants should be cold-treated before planting. Cold-treating simply involves placing the seed in an airtight bag or container and putting the seeds in your freezer for two to four weeks to simulate a winter's exposure. When you remove the seeds from the freezer, leave them in the bag or container without opening for several hours to let them slowly get back to room temperature before planting. Approx. 50 seeds. Learn More
    $1.65

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