Alpine Mignonette Heirloom Strawberry Seeds



Alpine Mignonette Heirloom strawberry seedsA French delicacy. This improved cultivator of heirloom Reine de Valee produces dainty little pointed red berries with an ambrosial woodland flavor. Mignonette forms compact perennial plants that grow in pretty leafy mounds and produce fruits the first summer from seed to enjoy all season long. These special petite strawberries are lovely as a a border edging or in containers, or plant them in hanging pots so you can pluck their exquisite little fruits as you stroll past.

 
Plant In: Feb. – April / Nourishes Beneficial Insects | Sun/Shade: Full Sun OR Partial Shade | Days to Germinate: 21 – 28 Days | Mature Height: 6 – 8 inches / Perennial Seeds | Net Weight: .10 Grams / Approx. 250 Seeds

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