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Yellow Strawberry

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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.


Indoors- 12 weeks before last frost. Cold treat for 2-4 weeks by placing in an airtight jar or bag and put in freezer. Bring to room temperature before planting. Press seed into soil, needs light to germinate. Cover with a clear dome or place in a plastic bag to keep evenly moist and provide 65-75 degrees until germination which can take 2-4 weeks. Transplant out after last frost and when plants have at least 3 sets of leaves.

Tips- Plant in well-drained, sandy loam amended with organic matter. Mulch and keep moist.

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V. Michael Bove Jr.
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What a deal!

Why pay $5 per plant at the nursery when you can grow a lot of these for next to nothing? Sweet, reliable, and birds don't seem to notice they're there so you actually get to eat them.

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Extremely Sweet!

I grew these and Alpine White. "Yellow Strawberry" is a deceptive name, they look exactly like the white! BUT they are much sweeter than the white and have fruited more prolifically for me with the berries getting bigger as the season progresses. I didn't grow many, so none ever made it back into the house, too delicious!!!

Very decorative!

I was amazed at how quickly these turned from tiny delicate seedlings into big robust 8-10" plants. I started them in February and they bloomed and fruited all summer. Even now that day time temps are in the low 40s, they still look great. Excellent ground cover for under my large burning bush shrubs, and the berries are a nice bonus.