Our wild strawberries’ journey began on September 1 2015 after freezing some seeds.
My variety was “Fragaria Vesca” or Woodlands Strawberries. These seeds did not have good germination rate. Out of 30 seeds, only 5 germinated 🙁
Wild Strawberry would be the most challenging variety to grow in Singapore, because it is a cool season plant. This mean it sleeps during summer and grows in spring and fall !!! 🙂
I will have to be very creative in adapting this variety to our climate.
Finally understood why my plants keep disappearing!!!
Facts about Wild Woodlands Strawberries : –
The matured plants are 6 to 12 inches tall and reproduce by stolons (above ground runners) and it needs space to run!