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Wild Strawberry 'Tiobelle'

Fragaria vesca 'Tiobelle'

Also known as

Woodland Strawberry 'Tiobelle', Alpine Strawberry 'Tiobelle'

Full Sun
Easy care
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy


RHS hardiness


Minimum temperature

Expected size









  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

Fruit is ready for harvesting 4–6 weeks after flowering. Harvest only fully red berries, and cut by the stem every three days, don't pull the berry. Harvest can last up to 3 months.

Wild Strawberry 'Tiobelle' Overview

Fragaria vesca 'Tiobelle' is an early variety and is a good choice for winter rainfall areas. Strawberries are cold hardy and adaptable and make great container plants.

Common problems with Wild Strawberry 'Tiobelle'

Wild Strawberries can also may suffer from Japanese beetles.

Wild Strawberry 'Tiobelle' Companion Plants

How to propagate Wild Strawberry 'Tiobelle'


Sow 3 seeds in each hole, 6mm deep and 15-30 cm apart. Gently press the soil over the seed. Use plastic wrap to cover the top of the planter to keep the soil moist. Remove the plastic when they sprout.


Push a new little plant into the soil, covering a portion of it. Leave attached for a month min. and water regularly with the mother plant to keep it moist and encourage root growth. Then cut to remove from the mother.

Special features of Wild Strawberry 'Tiobelle'

Pot plant

You can grow strawberries year-round in a cold climate in a container because they have shallow roots and can easily be moved indoors and outdoors during the different seasons.

Other uses of Wild Strawberry 'Tiobelle'


Fruits are eaten either fresh or in prepared foods like preserves, juice, jam, ice creams, milkshakes, etc.

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