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Giant Strawberry

10 ORGANIC GIANT STRAWBERRY SEEDS (Fragaria ananassa L. Maximus) Sweet EdibleORGANIC GIANT STRAWBERRY SEEDS (Fragaria ananassa L. Maximus) Sweet Edible

Organic Giant Strawberry Seeds


Strawberries, one of the most popular small fruits of the summer months, can be easily grown in most home gardens.

Growing season varies, based on the area of the you live in. Some areas allow for up to three production cycles in one year while other areas will allow for only one cycle. Following specific planting guidelines will ensure the grower can make the most of each cycle, producing a crop of juicy, giant strawberries.


Start in early spring. Use a seed tray to start them off in. Seedlings will do best in a very slightly acidic soil – mix in a small handful of ericaceous soil to your potting mix or compost to give them a fighting chance.

Tip: The seeds are more likely to germinate if they have been sat in the freezer for a week or two before being sown.

Sprinkle your seeds onto the soil and then lightly sprinkle a thin layer of sieved compost or potting mix over them – just enough to cover the seeds.

Moisten with water (a spray bottle works well) and allow to germinate on a windowsill or in daylight for anything up to a month. Keep the soil moist to the touch but not wet, and do not allow it to dry out or they will die quickly.


Once the seedlings have achieved a third leaf, you can carefully transplant them to pots. If the weather is good, they should be fine outside, otherwise keep them protected and harden them off once the weather improves.

If growing them in containers, strawberries tend to do well if they are planted in small communities, so use a large container and plant several together in an evenly spaced gathering.

Pinch off the flowers

Strawberries will usually produce a few fruits in the first year, but ideally you want to allow them time to establish and become stronger, therefore during the first year, remove any flowers that the plant may produce.

If you allow it to put all its energy into getting stronger rather than producing fruit in the first year – it will thank you the following year by producing a significantly increased crop.

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