Fragaria ‘Lipstick’ ornamental strawberry from North Creek Nurseries


Fragaria'Lipstick' (ornamental strawberry)

decorative strawberry

An enthralling decorative strawberry with showy, cherry-red flowers in spring and sporadically via fall, and a sprinkling of berries in summer season. The berries usually are not advisable to devour. Its type is barely mounded with luscious darkish inexperienced foliage that creeps alongside to create an exquisite groundcover and accent to nearly any perennial within the backyard.

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Peak

6-10 Inches

Unfold

6-12 Inches

Spacing

10 Inches

Bloom Coloration

Pink

USDA Hardiness Zone 3-8

decorative strawberry Attention-grabbing Notes

This Fragaria was developed in 1966 by crossing the backyard strawberry (Fragaria x ananassa) with marsh cinquefoil (Potentilla palustris) which has red-purple flowers. What resulted is a superb groundcover that produces much less fruit, however giant pinkish pink blossoms all through many of the summer season till frost. To encourage blooms, take away fruit. Additionally it is effectively tailored to containers, rock gardens and patio baskets.

Fragaria ‘Lipstick’ Rising and Upkeep Ideas

Fragaria prefers well-drained, fertile, barely acidic soils in full solar to half shade. It may additionally use safety from wind. A stoloniferous plant which can be propagated by division. When planting runners make certain to not bury the crowns. Fertilize with a multi-purpose fertilzer. Can be utilized as a groundcover or in hanging baskets.

Full Sun

Full Solar

Part Sun

Half Solar

Moist

Moist

Songbird-friendly

Songbird-friendly

Groundcover

Groundcover

Soil Moisture Wants


Effectively-Drained
Common

Plug Sort

Season of Curiosity (Flowering)


Late Spring / Early Summer season
Fall

Propagation Sort

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