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Growing Zones: 5-8
(hardy down to -10℉)

Growing Zones 5-8
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

8-12 inches

Mature Width:

10-18 Inches



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Harvest Time:

April - May

Year to Bear:

Fruits 1st Year!

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Great Tasting Strawberry that's almost Invisible to Birds & Pest

Pineberry Strawberry plants are the fastest growing strawberry trend. Their unique look with white skin and red seeds is highly sought after. Not only do they have an amazing look, but they're extremely flavorful as well.

These hybrids have a sweet, but tart flavor that's similar to the way a pineapple tastes. They also have a firm texture, with flesh that's juicy and soft on the inside, like a strawberry. These two characteristics combined give this popular fruit its 'pineberry' name.

Birds and pets are attracted to berries with bright red skin. Because Pineberries have white skin they are often invisible to prey, meaning you won't have to worry about critters stealing yor fruit.

Pineberries are exploding in the culinary scene. Pies, jams, and recipes have never been better thanks to these strawberry hybrids. You don't have to bake with them to enjoy them. Simply pick a few for a fresh healthy snack. Their delightful scent will make your mouth water before biting into them.

Luckily these berries are easy to grow both in the ground, and in containers. Plant a few in your garden, or keep them in containers on your deck or patio in order to supply yourself with tons of delicious Pineberries.

You'll amaze your friends once you start growing these berries that look like strawberries, but have white skin, instead of bright red. Most people have never seen them before, and will keep coming back to your garden to take a peek at them.

Pineberries are fun to grow. They produce the small white flowers before growing large unique berries. They're cold hardy, and can be grown in Northern states. Even if your area gets too cold for this plant, place it in a container and bring it indoors once it starts to get cold.

Pineberries aren't widely available, and they sell out fast. We recommend getting yours today, before they're gone.

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Wonderful™ Pineberry are self-fertile. You will get fruit with only one plant. However, adding an additional pollinator will drastically increase the size of your crop. Below are the most effective pollinators we have chosen for your area...

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Customer Reviews

4.5 / 5.0
25 Reviews
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A little disappointed with how well this one is doing. I have had great luck with all my plants from here, but this one isn't doing as well. I don't think it will fruit before season's end.
July 5, 2018
6 months ago
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Thought it would start flowering berries by now. Seems healthy otherwise. It is a cool plant. But not sure what the berries look like yet. Yay. Pineberriea. Excites to see them growing
June 29, 2018
6 months ago
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They are truly Wonderful!
The three plants I received in December 2017 have done really well. I live above snow level and usually have snow from Nov to Mar, but this year we had warm weather until the 1st of Feb and then cold weather and snow through the end of April. The plants did well outside in their pots during all the strange weather but didn't grow much I planted them the first week of May and they doubled in size last week and are very healthy, with lots of flowers. No fruit yet but should be coming!
May 24, 2018
11 months ago
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Looking good
The plant is growing nicely the flowers are blooming like crazy...looks strong and healthy! Cannot wait to taste this delish fruit
May 21, 2018
8 months ago
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Nice plants
Came packed nicely,Growing Well. No berries as of now but hopefully soon. Not overly huge that’s the reason for four stars.
May 11, 2018
9 months ago
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My Pineberry plant
I bought the smallest size, so it has a lot of growing to go. So far the plant is very healthy and I put it in a large pot to give it room to grown. I want this to be an inside plant and when it gets to cold in MO, I will bring it in. So far to it works for me.
September 15, 2017
1 year ago
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This plant looks rough after a week in a large pot. A bit disappointed.
August 22, 2017
1 year ago
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A great treat.
Very healthy even had some fruit this year after the hard late freeze.
June 6, 2017
1 year ago
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Small plant for the price, had 1 berry this year. Have to wait and see how it Winters and spreads out.
June 2, 2017
1 year ago
Growing Zone:
It is doing great. We are excited to taste them
May 30, 2017
1 year ago

Planting & Care

It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Wonderful™ Pineberry

Wonderful™ Pineberry Planting Diretions

The Wonderful Pineberry (Fragaria) is a type of strawberry known for its unique white skin and red seeds making the fruit more invisible to birds and pets that are typically attracted to red strawberries. Similar to a strawberry, they have the same planting and caring needs, but the hints of pineapple taste gives this plant it’s name. Not to worry though, these plants are not genetically modified in any way. These plants are described as more of a ground covering reaching heights of only 8-12 inches and width of 10-18 inches. They are good for growing zones 5-8 but can also be potted and brought indoors during the winter. The Wonderful Pineberry is described as “ever bearing” meaning they continue to bear fruit throughout the growing season, although they will slow down if temperatures become too hot during the summer. Eat these berries right off the vine or enjoy them in your favorite pie or jam!

Seasonal Information: Spring and fall are the best time to plant. If planting in fall, be sure to allow several weeks before your ground freezes. When planting in spring, make sure your soil is dry, able to be worked and that you are clear from any potential freezes. It’s also recommended to plant strawberries on a cloudy or overcast day or wait until late in the afternoon.

Location: In order for your plants to produce a large yield of fruit, select a location where they’ll receive full sunlight (6-8 hours a day). Avoid planting near any trees or plants that will not only compete for moisture, but can also cast a shadow over your plants and rob them of the much needed sunlight they require. They prefer a sandy, loamy soil with a pH between 5 and 7. Be sure your soil drains well, if roots are left standing in water due to poor drainage, issues with root rot will likely occur. A raised bed may be required to facilitate better drainage.

Planting Instructions:
1) Dig a hole as deep as the roots and twice as wide.
2) In the bottom of the hole, create a mound of soil so that the top of the mound is level with the surrounding soil.
3) Place the plant on top of the mound and spread the roots down the sides. Ensure that the crown of the plant is at soil level.
4) Loosen the soil around the plant so that runners are able to successfully take root.
5) Backfill the hole with the soil, lightly tamping down as you fill to avoid air pockets.
6) Avoid firming the soil at this point and instead, water the area immediately to settle the soil.
7) Mulch around your pineberry plants with shredded leaves, pine needles, compost, or straw. Mulch will help to keep the soil around the roots cooler which will help your plants produce better.

Watering: Regular watering is needed to ensure the best success at growing pineberries. Provide your plants with at least one inch of water and up to two inches during the growing season, especially when the temperatures start to rise. Be sure your soil drains well to reduce any risk of root rot. Yellowing and drooping leaves can be a sign of overwatering while dry and browning leaves can be a sign of underwatering.

Fertilization: Apply a balanced 10-10-10 fertilizer 4-6 weeks after planting and then again in August. Keep in mind that too much fertilizer can cause excessive leaf growth and not enough flowers. To grow organic pineberries, apply blood meal to increase nitrogen and bone meal to increase phosphates. Organic fertilizers should be applied once a month from June to September.

Pests and Diseases: Birds and slugs can be a common problem when growing pineberries, although the white skin usually makes it more difficult for them to see. If you do have issues, cover your plants with bird netting and copper ribbon will help keep slugs away.

Planting & Care

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this? Store
All of my purchases today are long term investments which will pay me back season after season all the way up until I sell my house where I will hopefully have some added valuation due to having established fruit bearing trees, bushes, and plants on the property. As you guys definitely know, there is nothing like going out back and grabbing some fresh fruits or vegetables.. these are just another addition to living off my land and controlling the quality of what goes in my body.
John O on Jun 16, 2018
intrigued by the uniqueness and novelty
Leah A on May 15, 2018
All of my purchases today are long term investments which will pay me back season after season all the way up until I sell my house where I will hopefully have some added valuation due to having established fruit bearing trees, bushes, and plants on the property. As you guys definitely know, there is nothing like going out back and grabbing some fresh fruits or vegetables.. these are just another addition to living off my land and controlling the quality of what goes in my body.
John O on Jun 16, 2018
Unusual fruit intrigued me.
Daniel G on Jun 16, 2018
intrigued by the uniqueness and novelty
Leah A on May 15, 2018
I love strawberries and this looks like it will be colorful and fruitful addition to my patio.
Bartly B on Feb 28, 2018
Unique beautiful fruit that I have always wanted to try!
Layaka M on Feb 16, 2018
These sound tasty & I love berries!
Fred M on Oct 14, 2017
Unique. Love pineapples and strawberries. Very interested in trying these.
Theresa M on Aug 5, 2017
look exotic, something you don't see everyday, unusual
Miriam S on Aug 5, 2017
I love pineapple. My husband does not. This seemed like a great way to get what we both like!
Brenna S on Jul 29, 2017
Looks interesting and difderent to try
Brenda H on Jul 27, 2017
This plant is absolutely amazing I bought it to try it out. I love pineberry berry's now I bought like 9 it's that good of a berry to me :)
Jason R on May 22, 2017
Unique, easy to grow
Mark S on May 13, 2017
I have never had these before and am looking forward to trying them
Renita D on May 6, 2017
New, want to try it.
Ronald A on May 4, 2017
Joseph M on May 2, 2017
Brian H on May 2, 2017
I want to try them.
Hilda I on Apr 24, 2017
i chose it for the sweet flavor and appearance.
cody m on Apr 24, 2017
my granddaughter wanted to try them out
kim r on Apr 24, 2017
its unique
Aaron H on Apr 23, 2017
sounds yummy and different
JAMES W on Apr 21, 2017
just wanted to try them because I have never seen them before
KATHY B on Apr 17, 2017
Unique plant can't wait to try my first pineberry
William Allen S on Apr 15, 2017
Read about them and decided to purchase for deck and hopefullyenjoy the fruit.
Barbara S on Apr 8, 2017
I have never heard of these and I think they would be a good addition to use in our garden. I look forward to seeing what they produce and their taste.
Rhonda T on Apr 6, 2017
Camouflage for birds and chipmunks
David F on Apr 4, 2017
Sounds interesting:)
Lacie H on Apr 3, 2017
Seemed interesting
wilibaldo i on Mar 30, 2017
They seem exotic and fun, and I love pineapple! Also, they aren't red and I hope they will be attacked less. This is my first time planting fruit.
Alyssa G on Mar 27, 2017
I wanted strawberries but last year the birds ate them. I read a review that stated the white confused the birds and makes them think the berry is not ready. Also my children, thought this would be neat and different berry to try.
Almeda J on Mar 22, 2017
Want to try something new on the patio
Holly R on Mar 16, 2017
Pure curiosity and to offer a variety of strawberries from my garden.
Daryl J on Mar 11, 2017
I have heard a great many good things about this item and the fact that they are not red and therefore easily attractive to birds means I may actually get to eat some...
Danny H on Feb 22, 2017
Unique. Can't wait to try it
Chelsea R on Feb 14, 2017
I have never seen these berrys before just want to try them
virginia s on Feb 9, 2017
Looked at the pictures of the berries. Read the reviews, along with the questions and answers. Liked what I read about the company. Doesn't get any better than that. Looking forward to getting the Pineberries. Will definitely follow up.
Alice A on Jan 28, 2017
Very interested in the product. Never seen this variety in real life
Nik A on Jan 2, 2017
These are very unique and very tasteful.
Old Grizzly on Oct 30, 2016
I've never seen nor tasted them before and I love unusual fruits and plants.
Amy H on Oct 29, 2016
sounds awesome
Nancy C on Sep 30, 2016
Sometimes you have to ... ah come on white strawberries gotta try it
John T on Sep 27, 2016
I like to try new things.
Janell G on Sep 17, 2016
Sounds intriguing. On sale.
Edeltraud G on Sep 5, 2016
I ordered these mostly as an experiment. We'll see how they do!
DONNA P on Aug 20, 2016
I love strawberries so I wanted to try these
Jeanette P on Aug 12, 2016
This is Darlene and I picked these as a gift for a friend who gardens and makes jams and etc. I was hoping these would help with the birds since they are not as bright as a normal strawberry.
Brenda F on Aug 11, 2016
my son had loves these
andrea k on Aug 8, 2016
I chose the Wonderful Pineberry, because of the novelty value. I haven't tasted them before, but I think they'll add an interesting touch of color to my garden, and they look delicious!
Z B on Jul 25, 2016
This looks like a fun and unique plant.
Kandace S on Jun 28, 2016
It's uncommon and cool looking. It sounds like it produces delicious fruit. I ordered 2 so I would have plenty of berries to snack on and to use in baked goods as home made gifts.
Kristen J on Mar 25, 2016
Unusual fruit intrigued me.
Daniel G on Jun 16, 2018
I love strawberries and this looks like it will be colorful and fruitful addition to my patio.
Bartly B on Feb 28, 2018
Do I have to buy more than one pineberry plant or will they self-pollinate? Can I intermingle with your everbearing strawberries? Will both of those plants grow year after year or is it a one-time harvest?
Nancy S on Mar 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: These plants are self-propagating which means they send runners out which will root when they come in contact with soil. I personally would not mix them with red berries due to bird attacks. Birds will not bother white thinking there not ripe. They would look pretty together though.
Can this plant cross-pollinate with the overbearing strawberry?
Fart Goblin on Jan 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I planted pine berries in the same area that I had planted regular strawberries. I have bee hives, so I also have plenty of bees. I have to believe that my strawberries were cross-pollinated, because the bees didn't much care what kind of strawberry it was....if it bloomed, they pollinated it! And both types of strawberries produced.
Could I grow in indoors in New York City?
Firoza M on Mar 24, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes absolutely you can. I live in PA but I grow all year in my house. I tested these and I can tell you that they are the fruit that keep on giving. So go for it. ??
Does the pineberry grow like a strawberry or a small bush thanks?
Ernie F on Oct 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes they grow 8-12 inches tall and 10-18 inches wide.
How often do you water the Pineberry plant? I am in Zone 8.
Laura R on Jun 2, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Keep the soil around your plants moist, but not over saturated. Make sure that the soil doesn’t dry out. Check on your plants about once a week, and if the soil feels dry add some water. They need at least an inch of water a week. When watering your plants water them at the base, not overhead. Water droplets on the leaves can lead to mold and fungi.
When do you plan them?
Sheila A on Sep 9, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Spring/Fall is a great time for planting.
Could i grow indoors in zone 9?
Heather R on May 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would not recommend growing indoors due the chill hours that are needed.
Will pine berries produce in hydroponic gardens?
Ronny B on Jan 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Yes they will produce.
For strawberry plants,how long r the runners of pineberry? thinking of growing in my house & patio in S.E. Wis. will it reproduce by itself?
Julie S. on Feb 2, 2016
BEST ANSWER: They will get 8-12 inches. They are self fertile, however you will have a higher yield by planting more than one.
Are trees and plants organic and GMO free ?
Loretta H on Aug 10, 2016
BEST ANSWER: To comply with USDA phytosanitary regulations, we are required to apply a mild chemical treatment to all trees shipped over state lines. This treatment is required to prevent the spread of potentially devastating pathogens from one state to another and is mandatory for all growers. Once your trees arrive, you can use all natural and organic growing techniques to grow organic fruit.
When do pine berries plants grow friut ?
Kathy on Jul 18, 2016
BEST ANSWER: these berries send out alot of runners to form new plants. I cut them off in the first year to let the plants grow large and establish themselves. you will get berries the next season.
Can I plant it season in Rohnert Park CA ?
judy N on Oct 25, 2018
BEST ANSWER: Greetings,Apologies but I am not familiar with the soil and climatic conditions in your particular area in California.

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