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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.


Height

4"

Spread

24"

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
Moderate
Special Benefits
Ground Cover
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