Strawberries have become an American favorite over the past few decades or more, thanks to their combination of ornamental features and succulent fruit. This new large-flowered variety produces clusters of large white blooms, and later bears an abundance of sweet, highly fragrant berries to enjoy throughout the summer. Imagine a patio container or hanging basket with ripe, luscious berries at your fingertips to share with family and friends. Harvesting is continual from summer until the first days of fall. Fruit is plump and delicious, just right for spooning over French toast or pancakes, freezing for later use or for fresh eating. Fragaria ananassa 'Montana'
Fragaria ananassa 'Montana'
Sun Exposure:Full Sun, Partial Shade
Spread:20 - 25 inches
Spacing:20 - 25 inches
Flowering Date:Early summer to fall
Flower Form:Bright white blossoms with a diameter of 1", in clusters; flower looks like a small wild rose
Foliage Type:Dark green, lobed with serrated edges.