Hybrid. Beautiful and productive—aren’t those the best plants to grow? If you crave the sweet, spring taste of strawberries, you’ll adore Sweet Berry. Not only does this strawberry produce delicious fruit all season long, but it’s also a stunning ornamental addition to your garden, containers, or hanging baskets! Deep pink, rose-like double flowers provide a beautiful boost of color, while the abundant, aromatic fruit satisfies your craving for sweet treats. Plant Sweet Berry where it can be seen to admire the beautiful blooms—and enjoy healthy snacks right off the plant!
I need at least 4 hours of afternoon sun but can go all day
lugs can be a problem when using organic mulch, so use plastic mulch to discourage them). Keep birds from feasting on berries by covering plants with plastic bird netting. Small, misshapen berries are can be caused by drought or high temperatures. Pick berries in the morning, when fruits are cool. Select fully formed and colored berries, as unripe berries won’t continue to ripen once picked. Carefully pull strawberries (with stems) from plants. Aim to leave about a half-inch stem on each berry.