White Solemacher Alpine Strawberry (Fragaria vesca) Perennial
Incredibly flavorful heirloom berries from Europe. Plants bear small, pastel berries summer through early fall. Alpine berries do not produce runners. Mature plants should be divided for maximum yield. Great for containers, window boxes, and borders. Delectable fresh and fabulous for jam. Everbearing variety.
- 75 seeds minimum
- Germination: 14-48 days
- Start indoors 7-8 weeks prior to last frost. Plant 1/8 deep in seed starting mix. Seeds need light and moisture soil to germinate. Harden off before transplanting in full sun/partial shade. Feed with compost.
- Space 12” apart.
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Best tasting berries I've ever had!
I was looking for a strawberry that was an old variety and read that these yellow ones were less attractive to birds and thought I'd try them. Even though these are very little, they pack a big punch. I also love how they produce all summer long, even through the fall. There's not a large quantity, but they're perfect for when I'm just walking through the yard and I can grab a few and eat them right there. The best thing, though, is that the birds don't get them. My red strawberries, which are planted right next to them, the birds keep getting.