417 East Maxwell Street,
Lexington, Kentucky 40508
Open Mon-Sat 9AM-5PM and Sun 11AM-5PM
A perennial, intergeneric hybrid strawberry - a cross between Fragaria (strawberry) and Comarum (cinquefoil) - grown primarily for its ornamental value. Numerous small, five-petaled, deep red flowers with yellow centers appear from late spring to early summer and again in fall over a clump of tri-foliate, coarsely-toothed foliage that forms a bushy, compact mound. Its creeping, trailing habit makes it ideal for use as a beautiful, fast-spreading groundcover and as an accent plant for hanging baskets and window boxes. Best grown in humusy, medium moisture, well-drained soil with full sun to partial shade. Prompt removal of fruit encourages additional flowering. Deer tolerant. .5-1'H x .5-1'W. USDA Zones 3-9.
Please note: Our online herb selection is NOT a live inventory--sizes and prices change (i.e. plants grow). We also may be sold out. Please visit or call for current availability. This item is not suitable to order as a gift. For our floral customers we suggest sending a kitchen herb garden.