There are countless thousands of online merchants these days, and they sell every imaginable product, item, thingamajig, and plant. Of course, you can buy strawberry plants online these days too. In fact, there are many sellers of strawberry seeds just waiting for you to hit their homepage. Well, do you want to know where to buy strawberry seeds? Look no further. You can use this page to purchase strawberry seeds according to the specific variety or varieties you want at the best possible price. The work has been done for you! Just click the name of the strawberry variety in the table below for which you are looking, and you will jump to a table listing all the known merchants who offer that variety of strawberry plants for sale.
How to Use the Buy Strawberry Seeds Page
To make the most of this directory, you need to know which type of strawberry you need and which cultivar you want to grow. To understand the differences, and to get an idea of varieties that will work for you and your circumstances, first visit the Strawberry Varieties page. Once you know what you are looking for, come back here and find the best price for strawberry seeds by comparing prices for each and every variety you want. Once you find a nursery, farm, or supplier with whom you are comfortable doing business, you can find all the varieties they offer by looking them up in the Strawberry Seeds for Sale directory (they are in alphabetical order).
It is important to note that most strawberries grown from seed are different from the varieties strawberry lovers are familiar with. The largest berries and the berries that come from pick-your-own farms and store shelves are virtually all hybrids. Most hybrid varieties WILL NOT GROW TRUE FROM SEED! Thus, you can’t get their seeds from reputable sellers. The ones that grow true from seed are available on this page. They are typically the wild-type strawberries, Alpine strawberries, and certain select hybrids.
Buy Seeds: Strawberry Varieties Available
This table includes all the known strawberry plant varieties whose seeds are available for purchase online. Our aim is to make this table exhaustive, so if you are aware of an error or of other sellers of strawberry seeds or of other varieties, please let us know! And, don’t forget, all the information you need to be successful is available here: Growing Strawberries.
With the resources on StrawberryPlants.org, you need not worry about finding success, even if you have never grown strawberries before. Use this site to research any question you have (try the search option at the top right of this page), and feel free to contact us or leave a comment. The hardest part is finding a good supplier of strawberry plants or seeds, and we have helped with that! There are no excuses now that you know where to buy strawberry seeds.
I am unaware of any reputable sources for black strawberries. To my knowledge, no such strawberry actually exists as of yet, genetically modified or otherwise. The darkest legitimate strawberry that I am aware of are the Purple Wonder strawberries. If you do find a reputable source for the black strawberries, please do let me know. Most of those offering “black” strawberry seeds or plants usually show a photoshopped picture of a black strawberry, I’m afraid.
Does anyone know where I can buy more Black Strawberry seeds from a reputable dealer (without using eBay type web sites)?
Unfortunately, there aren’t any heirloom seeds that are suitable for pick-your-own operations (if you are trying to turn a profit). The non-hybrid seeds listed above on this page are both heirloom and non-GMO. However, they typically produce small (but extremely tasty) strawberries. And, they typically won’t produce as many as you would need to profit from them. I do not know of any successful pick-your-own operations that use heirloom varieties that can be grown from seed. They mostly use June-bearing varieties (some do use everbearing or day-neutral varieties). So, if you are looking for pointers, I’d recommend either using June-bearing varieties for a pick-your-own field, or just growing the heirloom varieties from seed for your own enjoyment. Good luck!
I am trying to find heirloom seeds that are good for starting a small pick your own operation next may-june but cannot find out enough information on that particular subject. If you could give me a few pointers in that direction I would be very grateful. I have found some great strawberries for that venue but cannot find out if they are non-GMO/heirloom or not…