These babies are our 4-season strawberries. They start producing about 1 week after the regular season has finished and continue to give you fruits until the 1st frost of the year.
Annual plant. This type of strawberry is not meant to survive our winters however they sometimes will give you some berries the following spring but will need to be removed afterwards.
Plant must be outside to get fruits. You need the bees to pollinate the flower for it to become a berry. If kept inside will only give you flowers.
Keep soil moist but don't over water. Keep in a sunny spot.