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Rainbow Treasure Strawberry Seeds

Rainbow Treasure Strawberry Seeds

3 Flower Colors Plus Big, Sweet Berries!

(P) Pkt of 15 seeds
Item # 52559-PK-P1

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Your patio has a new star, your hanging baskets a fresh reason to show off, and your sunny annual bed a gorgeous complement to all the flowering plants! Strawberry Rainbow Treasure is the hottest new "edible ornamental" to come along in quite some time, and you'll want to be among the very first to grow it . . . from seed!

Forget about buying expensive seedlings and young plants to fill those hanging baskets, flowerpots, and windowboxes. The absolute showiest is Rainbow Treasure, and you can grow it for pennies a plant! It regales you with spring blooms of white, pink, and rosy-red (all 3 colors at once, on every plant!), followed by big, red, juicy-sweet berries in summer. And the large dark green leaves, neatly veined for a pleated look, remain attractive from early spring until frost!

And Rainbow Treasure needs no coddling or fancy treatment to reach its full potential. Sow the seeds indoors about 2 months before the last scheduled spring frost date, covering them with soil-starting medium or dropping them into the hole of the Bio Sponge. If using seed flats, cover the whole flat with a piece of paper to keep out light; in the Bio Dome, the absence of grow lights is enough. The seeds should germinate in 21 to 28 days at 68 to 75 degrees F.

You will love this beautiful, delicious strawberry, and we predict it will soon be the talking point of your garden or patio! Do order soon, before the seed sells out! Pkt is 15 seeds.

Review Summary
(Based on 1 Reviews)

Overall Rating: 5.0 / 5.0


Easy to Grow
Rachel from NY wrote on July 09, 2014

I am not an experienced gardener but I bought these seeds because I really wanted to have a nice container of them. They took a while to germinate but all the seeds came up and grew so I have two nice hanging baskets of them. We had a very slow spring here in NY so they are just flowering now. Beautiful colors, they are really a nice plant. I am looking forward to the berries.