This plant grows well in the following regions:
- SMSierra and Coastal Mountains
- CVCentral Valley
- NCNorth and Central Coast
- SCSouth Coast
Found throughout the Northern Hemisphere and along the California coast, Coast Ranges, and Sierras. Bears a small crop of tiny but fragrant, delicious berries over a long summer season. A good choice for edging flower or herb beds when spaced 18-24 in. apart. Does not produce runners but can be grown from seeds.
Varieties include red-fruiting ‘Alexandra’, ‘Baron Solemacher’, ‘Improved Rugen’, ‘Mignonette’, and ‘Semperflorens’. Yellow and white-fruiting selections include are also available. ‘Golden Alexandra’ has lime green foliage and ‘Variegata’ has gray-green leaves edged in white.
- Full sun
- Partial sun
- Medium water
- Low water