Northeast Pollinator Plants
Fragaria virginiana (Wild Strawberry) available as singles or tray of plugs for ground cover
We ship only to the New England and New York states. If you live near Fairfax, VT, consider buying at our farm, River Berry Farm.
Shipping will be in the order received. Please check the Home Page for updated expected ship date. Free shipping for 15 or more plants.
Plants are delivered in a biodegradable wood fiber pot, 2.75" diameter by 3.5" deep.
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Common Name: Wild Strawberry
Attracts: Bees, Butterflies, Birds
Use: Ground Cover for Pollinator Garden
Light: Full Sun to Part Sun
Hardiness Zone: 4 to 9 USDA Zone Map
Soils: Dry to Moist, Sandy Loam
Flower Time: April to May
Flower Color: White
Notes: Fragaria virginiana. Finding a wild strawberry is such a treat and the plant will spread through runners throughout your pollinator garden and serve as a very suitable ground cover.
Host plant of
VT Bee Species of Greatest Conservation Need (SGCN):
Andrena persimulata (Northern Dogwood Miner bee)
Lasioglossum novascotiae (Nova Scotia Metallic-Sweat bee)
Lasioglossum tenax (Tenacious Metallic-Sweat bee)
Osmia lignaria (Blue Orchard Bee)
Native to all of the continental US: Biota of North America Program (BONAP) – North American Plant Atlas (NAPA).
Regional Ecotype Seed Source: ME