White beach strawberries are also known as coastal strawberries, wild strawberries, Chilean strawberries (Frutilla Chilena) and South American strawberries. All of these white strawberries are members of Fragaria chiloensis. This species of strawberry was instrumental in the cross-breeding that resulted in the large, red, plump strawberry varieties available today.
- Soak the seeds in water for 12 hours
- Fill a pot with soil. The soil should be moist, but not wet. If it is too wet, then it will be difficult for the seeds to germinate.
- Plant the seeds in a hole that has been dug in the soil. The hole should be about an inch deep and wide enough for the seed to fit inside comfortably.
- After planting the seed, cover it with dirt and water it thoroughly. This will help keep the soil moist and give it a chance to grow roots before being exposed to sunlight.