These June-bearing strawberries are white, ornately speckled with red seeds, and are a bit smaller than regular strawberries. Aroma is outstanding and the pineapple flavor is pleasant and mild. Protect from direct hot sun to keep fruits from developing more pinkish hues. Also, because these strawberries are white when ripe, they’re not as susceptible to bird damage.
To produce the largest possible crop of fruits, it is necessary to have a pollinator in closer proximity. For every four plants, it is best to have one June-bearing strawberry plant for pollination.
Care: Plant 12-16″ apart with the crown at soil level. Needs rich, well-drained soil, sun to light shade, and 1-2″ of water per week.