Alpine strawberry is a member of the Fragaria (Strawberry) family. Its botanical name is Fragaria vesca spp. alpina.
It likes to be in damp environments. Its original home is on the woodland floor. If you have good drip irrigation or a heavy mulch or both, it should do well.
Blooms normally display as a colour very similar to White and Yellow. The mature flowers take a single form. Its fruits normally ripen as a colour very similar to Dark candy apple red and Pearl. Leaves usually appear in Pakistan green
A type of flowering edible fruit / herb, it mainly grows as a perennial plant - which means it typically grows best over a long period (from 3 years+).
Alpine strawberry is known for growing with a clump-forming habit to a height of approximately 25.0 cm (that's 9.75 inches in imperial). This plant tends to mature and be ready for harvest in mid summer.
Alpine strawberry is normally quite a low maintenance plant and is normally very easy to grow - great for beginner gardeners!
This plant info is provided by the myfolia gardener's wiki. All details about Alpine strawberry have been kindly provided by our members.
Alpine strawberry likes a position of partial sun / dappled sun and remember to water moderately. Alpine strawberry needs a soil ph of 5.8 to 6.5 (weakly acidic soil). Alpine strawberry is generally regarded as a hardy plant, so this plant will grow or become dormant during the winter.
See our list of companion Plants for Alpine strawberry to see which plants you should plant in close proximity to encourage growth.
Will fruit for 3 or 4 years
These estimates for how long Alpine strawberry takes to sprout, grow and harvest are from real observations from real gardeners, right around the world.
Average 13 days | Min 6 days | Max 33 days (36)
Average 56 days | Min 29 days | Max 386 days (8)
Average 135 days | Min 26 days | Max 1112 days (14)
Woodland strawberry, Wild strawberry, European strawberry
Fragaria vesca alpina, Fragaria vesca 'Fructo-alba'
Misspellings: Fragia vesca
My Alpine Strawb’s are still producing fruit, in late Autumn. Planted them amongst Strawberry ‘Tioga’ and Siverbeet’. Are doing very well in improved clay, no care. We dont eat the fruit, too tiny!!
angophora about growing Alpine Strawberry
These strawberries are hardy, grow into massive clumps, taste aromatic and sweet, and do not have runners. They’ll take up as much room as you give them and flower from spring through to late summer.
avisrapax about growing Strawberry (alpine)