ALPINE STRAWBERRIES ATTILA
Description Fertile creeping wild strawberry variety, producing long runners up to 1.5 metres. High-yielding variety. Berries are fragrant and sweet. Plants are decorative. Suitable for growing in hanging pots, trays, can be used to create compositions in pots. Yields a harvest from June to autumn. Grows best in moderately heavy soil, withstands shade. For abundant...
STRAWBERRY BARON SOLEMACHER
Description Early, runner-less, extremely yielding remontant variety. Resistant to cold, pests and diseases. The plants grow up to 15–20 cm tall. First yield is in the first year after planting and yields between June and first frost. Berries weigh around 3–5 g, are fragrant, sweet. It grows well in a partial shade, humus-rich, low-pH soil. During drought requires...
Description Perennial plants, yielding red, sweet and fragrant berries. The berries are much larger than forest berries. Harvested from June to September. Can be grown in a rock garden.
WILD STRAWBERRY REGINA
Description Medium-early, perennial plant, yielding particularly large, red, sweet and fragrant berries. The first fruits can be eaten after 3.5 months. Harvested from June to autumn. Grow best in medium heavy soil, can be grown in a rock garden, tolerate shade. Strawberries are rich in iron, copper, manganese, molybdenum, zinc, iodine, potassium and other.
WILD STRAWBERRY YELLOW CREAM
Description Perennial plant, yielding yellow, sweet and fragrant berries. Harvested from June to autumn. Grow best in medium heavy soil, can be grown in a rock garden, tolerate shade. Strawberries are rich in iron, copper, manganese, molybdenum, zinc, iodine, potassium and other. They contain carbohydrates, organic acids, vitamins C, B and P.
FRENCH BEAN DWARF SCUBA
Description This early variety is resistant to disease. The pods are dark green, round, 13–14 cm long. Picked selectively every 3–5 days. Suitable for fresh use and processing. Grows best in mild to moderate heavy soil.