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 Do all strawberries have the same number of seeds?

Answer No they do not! But I believe they expand until each seed is equally separated. But sometimes there is a defect in the mechanism - a scar perhaps?
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How do you get seeds from strawberries?

The seeds are on the out side of the strawberry. The seeds are called achenes and are actually the fruit. The strawberry itself is a ripened ovary. Some books claim that it is the receptacle, but ... Read More »
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How do I plant strawberries from seeds?

Starting the SeedsPut the seeds in a plastic bag and squeeze out all the air. Close the bag and put it in the freezer for three weeks to simulate winter. Remove the bag and let it come to room temp... Read More »
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How to Grow Alpine Strawberries From Seeds?

The alpine strawberry (Fragaria vesca) is a smaller but more flavorful version of common garden strawberries. Closely related to wild or woodland strawberries, the alpines are considered a gourmet ... Read More »
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Can you grow new strawberries from the seeds on another strawberry?

No in general. Many strawberries today are hybrids and so are infertile. There are wild and alpine strawberries which can be seed- grown . There is also a variety called 'Sweetheart ' that can be g... Read More »
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