1 gallon containers costing $22.99 This wonderful plant is both highly ornamental and it produces tasty fruit on ever-bearing plants. The semi-double flowers are gorgeous in their own right and lip-smacking sweet strawberry together all summer. Planting in a container will show off the fruit to best effect, but it can also be grown in gardens. Short runners can develop over time, which may add a trailing element to the plant.
Dig a hole deep enough that the root ball is two inches above ground level. Fill the hole with equal parts garden soil and compost. Mound the soil to make a water basin.