Strawberry (plant)

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Strawberry plants are grown by planting 3 strawberry seeds in an allotment patch, requiring level 31 Farming. Planting strawberry seeds gives 26 experience and requires 3 strawberry seeds to be planted/dipped into an allotment patch using the seed dibber. A nearby gardener will watch over growing strawberries at the cost of 1 basket of apples. They can also be protected if a fully grown white lily is grown in the nearby flower patch.

Harvesting strawberries yields a number of strawberries.

Farming[edit | edit source]

Growth stages[edit | edit source]

Healthy Strawberry plant
Stage Description Image
1 The strawberry seeds have only just been planted. Click for a larger image
2 The strawberry plants have more leaves than before. Click for a larger image
3 The strawberry plants have even more leaves and is slightly taller than before. Click for a larger image
4 Each strawberry plant has opened 1 white flower each. Click for a larger image
5 The strawberry plants are slightly larger, and have small strawberries visible at their bases. Click for a larger image
6 The strawberry plants are slightly larger, opened a second flower each, and have more strawberries. Click for a larger image
7 The strawberry plants are ready to harvest. The strawberries are almost as large as the flowers. Click for a larger image
8 {{{stage8}}} N/A
9 {{{stage9}}} N/A
10 {{{stage10}}} N/A
11 {{{stage11}}} N/A
12 {{{stage12}}} N/A

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Strawberry plants in-game seem to have only one leaf per stalk, despite having three leaves on each stalk in real life.
  • When they have finished growing and are ready to be harvested, strawberry plants are called "Strawberry" rather than "Strawberry plant".