Fragaria virginiana Native Strawberry

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Fragaria virginiana (Native Strawberry)  If you have a sunny spot and like fresh strawberries, you MUST plant some of these great plants!  Plants make a low groundcover and will spread.  The strawberries are really sweet.
Zone 3-9 



  • 5
    Always Great!

    Posted by William L Morin on Dec 28th 2022

    I have yet to have any issues with the plants that I’ve received. Always happy with the size, health and packaging of my plants.

  • 5

    Posted by Glenda on Mar 22nd 2022

    Strawberry plants arrived in great condition and well packed. I cannot wait to see strawberries.

  • 5

    Posted by Sandra on Oct 13th 2020

    Plants were huge and healthy. I'm excited to see what they look like next spring!

  • 5

    Posted by Jennifer on Sep 11th 2020

    I planted 3 in a shadier spot. We will see how they hold up over the winter. Packaging was with great care.

  • 5
    Beautiful plants, carefully packed

    Posted by Lisa Mallahan on Jun 2nd 2020

    Very pleased with all of the plants I received from Mail Order Nurseries -- all are quite large for mail-order, and all arrived in great shape. These native strawberries have settled very nicely into my mixed border, where I'm hoping to see them multiply and provide a wildlife-friendly groundcover beneath my shrubs.

  • 5
    The plants are doing great

    Posted by Michael Bland on May 30th 2020

    They came packed well

  • 5
    Fragaria strawberry

    Posted by Lisa on Apr 3rd 2020

    I purchased 2 of these plants. They were very well packaged and had not wilted. Both plants were large with runners. I am looking forward to any berries that the squirrels decide not to eat!

  • 5
    Monster Strawberry plants for the price!

    Posted by Jeff on Mar 24th 2020

    I bought a number of them, because I was expecting them to be similarly sized to strawberry plants bought at garden centers. I was in for a pleasant surprise. All showed up in great health and very large. Every single one of them had runners and were already flowering!

  • 5
    These are great

    Posted by Bill on Apr 25th 2018

    These are amazing strawberry plants and grow and survive the summer at our home in Florida. Produce great and reproduce prolifically. Highly Recommend.