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Fragaria spp.

Fragaria iinumae (Montage s2) by Alpsdake (CC BY-SA 4.0)

Full Sun
Easy care
Moderate watering
Frost Hardy


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  • spring
  • summer
  • autumn
  • winter

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Fragaria fruit flower
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Strawberry Overview

Fragaria is a genus containing around 22 perennial plants in the Rosaceae family. These plants have a worldwide distribution. Known commonly as Strawberry or Strawberries, this genus includes many cultivars and hybrids bred commercially for their edible fruits. They are characterised by their three-lobed leaves and creeping habit, spreading through runners, producing offsets that root rapidly, forming new plants. They prefer full sun and can be grown in containers, grow-bags or in the ground.

Common problems with Strawberry

How to propagate Strawberry


Special features of Strawberry

Attractive flowers

Attractive fruits

Attracts bees

Pot plant

Other uses of Strawberry

Ornamental, culinary, ground cover, fruits

Edibles to Plant Out in June

Young plants started off indoors can now be planted out.

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Edibles to Sow or Plant Outside in September

In vegetable beds, at the allotment or in the kitchen garden, sow these now to grow over the cooler winter months.

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