Malwina Strawberry Plants


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Quantity Price
500 $161.70
1,000 $257.25
5,000 $244.65 / per 1,000
25,000 $232.05 / per 1,000

Malwina strawberry, bred by Peter Stoppel in Germany, is a high quality, very late season variety (at least 7 days later than Record). Fruits are glossy and dark red having excellent flavor with high Brix readings. Berries are large and hold berry size well through the season. Regular pickings are suggested to maintain fruit firmness. With its very vigorous growth habit, nitrogen fertilizer needs to be managed to avoid excessive vegetative growth. Malwina shows resistance to mildew as well as tolerance to Verticillium wilt and red stele. Malwina is an excellent variety to extend the strawberry season. 

U.S. Plant Patent #23,246

Berry Size: Large
Best in Zones: 4 - 6
Firmness: Medium
Freezing Quality: Good
Resistant to: Verticillium, Red Stele
Ships as: Bare Root
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We recommend a soil pH level of 6.5 - 6.8 for strawberry plants.
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This June Bearing Strawberry Plant bears fruit 1 year after planting.
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Price includes a royalty or usage fee. Patent laws or license contracts prohibit propagation of the variety for resale or trade.
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This is what a bundle of 25 strawberry bare roots looks like when it is shipped.
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One of our Top Ten Strawberry varieties!


These fine plants came in great shape. They have well developed roots and are thriving already. I planted a half of the strawberries on the next day and the other half I planted a week after. I put the plants' roots in water and agri gell overnite before planting them. That half that was not planted right away started growing without soil and they were finally planted today. High quality plants. 100 % all alive even a week after not planting.

Home Grower
Zone 5

Malwina produced reasonably well the first year after planting. The second year leaf spot was extensive and fruit, which was initially large and red, gradually became misshapen and ripe on only one side. Taste was disappointing. I will have to discard the entire set of plants and find another late-producing variety, as Malwina is not worth keeping.

Home Grower
Zone 5

My experience (planted 2018) has been quite the opposite of the previous reviews. Malwina has been a vigorous, hardy, and absolutely delicious strawberry. The 25 plants have been prolific with runners and huge berries (golf ball size +). The only minor drawback I have found is shelf life is very limited. I wish I could share pics of my harvests. For soil, I planted them in a virgin, loam top soil that I believe is around pH 6.5 and this may have been part of the growing success.

Home Grower
Zone 4

This is my third attempt at growing this variety.The problem I have is some kind of leaf disease which weakens the planting. It appears in the form of brown spots on leaves.I am trying moving to new garden in soil currently under black plastic for a year.I will watch carefully and use soapshield as a preventive. I am giving it one more try because of its outstanding flavor and its ability to extend the season into July.

Jeff F
Home Grower
Zone 5

Remember , malwina produce less runners than other varieties. In the home garden they could be planted staggered in a 3-4 foot wide row. That way you would get a fuller bed if you desire. We grow them at the standard matted row and they do fine. Probably one of the best tasting berries and no doubt the latest to ripen. I refer to them as the honeycrisp of the strawberry varieties. We can extend harvest well into July. We grow in the champlain valley in new york state

Commercial Grower
Zone 4

I got 25 Malwina plants in hopes of extending the strawberry season. 2018 was my first year to harvest them. I only got 3/4 gallon from one picking and no more. I will keep them one more season to see if they do better but I am not happy. I have two other varieties that are doing great. I have been growing strawberries for the last 65 years and Malwina is the worst I have grown. The plants look good. I would rate Marwing strawbrries zero

James H
Home Grower
Zone 6

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