Where to buy strawberry seeds, bulk, cheap? (organic, non-F1)
I want to buy 500 seeds or more, and either it's..
..the woodland/alpine variety
..expensive - 30 seeds for 3 dollars - i'd like 150 seeds for 2 dollars or something alike.
..plants, seedlings. I figure that seeds would be cheaper, easier to plant.
Do you have the answer? Where do you buy strawberry seeds?
Joseph Lofthouse wrote:Every strawberry fruit has hundreds of seeds on it. Blend up and ferment a few fresh fruits. That'll get you your 500 seeds for a couple bucks.
Does anybody know how well (if at all) strawberry seeds react to long freezing? Someone in my household who shall remain nameless likes to buy cheap frozen strawberries to make slushy drinks with, but they always leave the bags in my freezer so long that the berries become stale and freezer burned. I've probably got ten pounds of ancient frozen strawberries that will be thrown out, and I'm now wondering if it's worth the effort to slurry these and scatter them in my food forest where strawberry ground cover would be extremely welcome.
If you do it this way, you will have the whole summer strawberry. Not just one 'flood' of them.
I have for 10 months in a year strawberry. And my 'Rebecka' had produced 134 new plants from one mother plant in one season.
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