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Beecmcneil
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I'm interested... In pineberries.

In pineberries.
Bee

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Strawberries are slow and difficult to grow from seed. Etsy is offering some pineberry seed for sale, shipped from HongKong (!). No idea the quality, etc.

The Burpee catalog is selling pineberry plants, which would be a much easier way to grow them:

https://www.burpee.com/search/search.jsp ... d=10670283
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Hi Bee,
I fixed the title of this discussion. It's important to let members know what your discussion is about. It helps you obtain the most answers. I encourage you to read this post about how it benefits you to create a descriptive title:

https://www.helpfulgardener.com/forum/v ... php?t=7770

Good luck!

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Beecmcneil
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I'm gonna check out etsy. I've grown stawberries from seed. I got one huge strawberry, which was delicious. And my dog got the rest.

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