The best hybrid with big productivity and long period of a harvest. Berries are larger than usual wild strawberries, bright red, very sweet and with a strong strawberry flavor. Almost continuous flowering from May to October guarantees a bountiful harvest throughout the summer and autumn. Peduncles are long, do not droop, thanks to which the berries do not come into contact with the soil which makes them stay in good health. The plant is compact and densely leafy. Bushes are very florid. Magnificent hybrid for flowerpots and balcony boxes. It grows better in small shading.
Perennial: hardy in zones 3-10. Wild Strawberry seeds require cold treatment before they will germinate. Sow the seeds from January to April indoors on the surface and press the seed into the mix. For best germination results grow indoors in sterilized soil; black earth/peat moss mixture. Keep the soil damp but not wet (pH 5.8 - 7.2), and seal the starter tray or pots inside with a plastic bag until after germination.Germination will occur in 2 to 4 weeks. Another option to increase the germination rate is to cold stratify the seeds by keeping them in the refrigerator for 4-8 weeks in a zip-lock bag mixed with moistened peat moss. When seedlings are large enough, transplant them into 3 inch pots, and grow them on in cooler conditions until large enough to plant outdoors. Keep soil moist but not soggy. After frost has passed, harden the young plants over a period of 7 - 10 days before planting outdoors in their permanent location.