In this post I share a video update featuring the White Carolina Strawberry Plants. These plants are growing happy after the first year in hardiness zone 5b. Check out my video with tips on how I this plant is doing so well.
White Carolina Strawberry Plants Update
The video feature shows the plants growing happy in a hanging basket. They spent the first summer in those baskets so I could easily move them around in the garden as the days got super hot. I also didn’t want to get them mixed in with my other strawberry plants. By keeping the basket with these plants close to the other berries I believe this will help pollinate them. Watch the video with my tips and tricks below:
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Highlights of Growing White Carolina Strawberry Plants
The first thing that comes to mind is how cute the plant is growing in my home garden. I love the light fragrant of these plants. If I didn’t have the plant growing in a container that I could move around I most likely wouldn’t have noticed the scent. This is one of the strawberry plants that did great in the dome during the winter season. It was super nice to have green growing but don’t expect a bloom or harvest. Novelty types of strawberries such has this pineberry are not everbearing.
Be sure to check out my video and blog post featuring details on planting bareroot White Carolina Strawberry Plants.
I found some great information about the Pineberry or this strawberry plant on the sites listed below:
- Illinois Extension Office | Try pineberry: A delicious pineapple-flavored strawberry
- Missouri University Extension Office |Pineberry: A Reintroduced Strawberry
In this post I share a video update featuring the White Carolina Strawberry Plants. These plants are growing happy after the first year in hardiness
In today’s post, I share a video featuring new bare root strawberry plants. I share how to store and plant these amazing fruit treats to
I hope after watching this video and checking out these healthy White Carolina Strawberry Plants you will consider growing some of your own. I can’t wait to do another update featuring the harvest. These berries are so unique and adorable and perfect for your edible garden. Be sure to connect with me on my website today.
Happy White Carolina Strawberry Growing,