Yellow alpine strawberries are different in various aspects. They
propagate from seed rather than runners. They taste like pineapple.
Birds are not as interested in them as in the red ones. The plants
make a good cover.
Mostly I am interested in them because they sound interesting.
I have bought seeds from Pinetree, but I think the ones from Thompson and Morgan
are higher quality, although probably a bit more expensive. T & M is a USA
company, who happens to sell seeds from Europe (mostly England). Their 2006
catalog shows a red Mignonette, which I find very tasty. They can be found
at www.thompson-morgan.com where they are showing a packet of 320 seeds for
$1.52, on sale this week only.
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