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Native - American

Fragaria virginica

Wild Strawberry

Plant Type: Native - American
Exposure: Sun Tolerant  Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade  

Virginia strawberry or wild strawberry is a ground-hugging plant rising from a fibrous, perennial root system. Hairy leaf petioles, up to 6 in. long, each bear a single trifoliate leaf. The hairy flower stalk gives rise to a loose cluster of small, five-petaled flowers followed by tasty, wild strawberries.

Found in patches in fields and dry openings, this plant produces the finest, sweetest, wild strawberry.





Fragaria virginica Plant Care:

Requires well drained soil.

USDA Hardiness Zone: Zone 3 (-40/-30F)

Wild Strawberry Merit Awards and Special Collections

Wild Strawberry Characteristics & Attributes

Season of Interest
Mid Season (May - June)
Soil Moisture Needs
Special Benefits
Ground Cover
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