Astonishingly delicious and highly fragrant, these heirloom strawberries from Italy have fantastic flavor with hints of raspberry and pineapple. The sweet, soft fruits are almost round and smaller than more familiar strawberries, but they send out runners and make a very effective groundcover. Plants produce lightly for the first two or three years, and then become very productive, cropping heavily, though briefly, in June - and some again lightly in September. Raintree offers American gardeners male musk strawberries, which should increase production of the fruiting cultivars, Profumata and Capron, which generate mostly female flowers. Use one male plant for up to six fruiting plants. Plant about 18" apart. USDA Zones 5-10.