Wild Strawberry #1066514

Wild strawberry
Fragaria vesca

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Take it to your greenhouse.
There are no known parents.

The small wild strawberries are part of the rosacea family, as their white flowers show. They grow in light shady places such as under broadleaf trees. They spread with runners. The seeds of the wild strawberries are the small, hard, green nuts that sit on the red pulp. Over the winter, the nuts often sit on the drying fruits and fall down in the spring.

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