Once you grow strawberries from seed in your garden, you'll have fresh, juicy fruit to enjoy and share with your friends. Strawberries are a great source of complex carbohydrates and vitamin C. Although strawberries don't store well at room temperature, they can be frozen for later use.
Grow Strawberries From Seed Successfully
Although hybrid strawberry plants won't grow true from seed, several varieties will do well when grown from seeds. Fresca strawberries will produce large-sized fruit with crops in early summer and early fall. Alpine strawberries produce smaller fruit all summer and come in red and yellow/white varieties. Here's how to successfully grow strawberries from seed:
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