Rainbow Treasure Strawberry Seed

Rainbow Treasure Strawberry Seed


Fragaria x ananassa Pretty enough for placement in flowerbeds, containers, and hanging baskets, this delightful ornamental edible offers a sumptuous feast of berries after its floral exhibition. Rainbow Treasure is a flowering groundcover with multi-hued, white, pink, and deep rose blooms. Its creeping habit lends itself extremely well to fill in around perennial plantings as well as covering spaces between berry bushes and other fruiting plants. We recommend planting these beautiful plants close at hand for easy enjoyment of the large, sweet, fragrant berries.

   Hybrid Variety
  • SB769/S
  • 15 seeds
  • $6.25

  • SB769/P
  • 50 seeds
  • $13.85
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Fragaria vesca: The aromatic smell of fresh strawberries is a welcome sign that summer is truly here. Growing your own is fun and inexpensive, and a great project to do with children.

CULTURE: Sow indoors 2 months before your last frost date. Sow in sterile seedling mix and press into the soil firmly. Cover with paper to exclude light. Keep moist. Germination will occur in 2-3 weeks at an optimum soil temperature of 65-75°F. Up-pot at 3-4 weeks and transplant outside (8-12 inches apart) after the danger of frost has passed, or direct seed outside as soon as the soil warms.
SEED SPECS: Minimum germination standard: 60%. Usual seed life: 2 years. Approximately 300-325 seeds per 1/8 gram, about 2500 seeds per gram.
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Apr 2, 2016  |  By Susan
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I'm so excited to find these seeds. I bought the strawberry plants as potted plants, and I transplanted them into my garden wondering if they would withstand Montana winters well. Not only did they survive, but they flower and fruit profusely, and the fruit is excellently flavored. I highly recommend adding these to your garden.