White Solemacher Alpine Strawberry
Fragaria vesca 'White Solemacher'
Discovered in Germany, this white-fruited variant of 'Baron von Solemacher' alpine strawberry produces larger berries than most whites, with the classic wild strawberry-mixed-with-pineapple flavor of the light-colored alpine strawberries. Birds are not as attracted to the white-colored fruit, leaving more for you to enjoy!
Unusually cold hardy. Plants are strong growing and clumping, producing few to no runners, and day neutral, producing fruit from spring through frost. Plant several together to form a patch, or scatter alongside a path or walkway for surprise treats. Sold in a 4" pot.
USDA Zone: 3-9
Grow Height: 1' or smaller
Ripening Time: June - September
Pollination: Self Fertile
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Photo courtesy of Michael J. Wellik