Fragaria ‘Malwina’ – June-bearing Strawberry


A 1998 introduction bred by Peter Stoppel in Germany. ‘Malwina’ is our latest strawberry, ripening from the beginning of July into August – when planted along with June-bearing varieties and day-neutral varieties you can harvest strawberries from late Spring through a good portion of the Summer. ‘Malwina’ produces large deep red fruits with a beautiful gloss. More importantly, the flavor and sweetness is excellent. Plants are robust and vigorous with good resistance to Verticillium Wilt, Crown Rot, Red Core and Mildew – berries also rarely crack or split in response to rain as they fully ripen.

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  • Strawberries require 6-10 hours a day of direct sunlight.
  • They will do best in a sandy loam soil and adding some aged manure and/or compost before planting is recommended.  Mulch with chopped straw, leaves or shredded wood.
  • The soil pH should be between 5.5 and 7.
  • Strawberries need well-drained conditions so raised beds or containers are a good option.

Additional information

Pot size

1-Quart, 5-Pint