Wild Strawberry Seeds
Wild strawberries are perennial and native to the Northern hemisphere. All wild varieties are everbearing and will produce three main crops of berries up until the fall.
These tasty strawberries are not only delicious but also very aromatic. When walking through the woods, you can often smell wild strawberries before you can spot them. The berries are smaller than the common strawberry but have a much more intense flavour. Wild strawberries can be found in forests, wetlands, meadows, and streams.
How to Grow Wild Strawberries
Strawberry seeds require some form of cold treatment before they will germinate. One way to do this is to sow the seeds outdoors in late fall, or 4-8 weeks before the last frost in spring. Another option to increase the germination rate is to cold-stratify the seeds. For more information, please visit our article: How to grow wild strawberries.