Fragaria ‘Pink Panda’
Evergreen, Perennials, Decorative fruit or berries
The plants described here are grown for their ornamental qualities, although Fragaria vesca also produces delectable berries. Grow in well-drained soil. For strawberries grown strictly for their edible fruit, see Strawberry.Fragaria ‘Pink Panda’
Resulting from a cross between Fragaria and Potentilla, this low-growing perennial groundcover is similar to F. chiloensis in general appearance but bears pink flowers from spring to autumn. Use in borders, edgings, or rock gardens. Produces a small number of fruits.
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